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    Interesting. A Revit user (per Profile) asking...

    Interesting.

    A Revit user (per Profile) asking a question about Corel Photo Paint at an AutoCAD help website under the AutoCAD > AutoCAD Bugs...etc. forum. Doesn't get much more quirky than that.
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    OK...maybe I'm missing something. These two...

    OK...maybe I'm missing something. These two items both reference AutoCAD MEP. While the first is relatively innocuous the second is quite specific.

    1. Make sure AutoCAD MEP is closed.

    2....
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    Plano: You do realize the original post is from...

    Plano: You do realize the original post is from 2009 and the OP was NOT using AutoCAD MEP but generic AutoCAD 2010 do you not? As a matter of fact two other respondents (mraissdana and chastua) to...
  4. Polojet: Did you finally manage to draw your...

    Polojet: Did you finally manage to draw your isometric truss?
  5. DFnH: What's up? Were you finally able to...

    DFnH: What's up? Were you finally able to resolve your issue with Flatshot?
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    VFD = Variable Frequency Drive (i.e. - speed...

    VFD = Variable Frequency Drive (i.e. - speed control).

    The question is, do we want the motor to look like the catalogue picture or like do we use the 2D CAD file "as is"?
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    I only make it look difficult so I can discourage...

    I only make it look difficult so I can discourage young users from stealing my job from me.:lol: Please take up accounting. Thank you.

    There probably is an easier way but this is not the type of...
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    Not to my knowledge (which stops at Inventor...

    Not to my knowledge (which stops at Inventor 2012). You would need a program like MeshCAM.

    http://www.grzsoftware.com/

    MasterCAM is another recommended program.

    OK...just came across an...
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    Using the Loft and Slice (with Surface option)...

    Using the Loft and Slice (with Surface option) commands I kind of did this...

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    Sequence starts on the left with a solid created by lofting two triangles and ends all the way over on the...
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    54359 My final attempt. Got to step away from...

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    My final attempt. Got to step away from my desk for a while.

    I suppose if you wanted to you could even radius the edges a bit to soften the look. User's choice.
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    54358 Or more like this?

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    Or more like this?
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    54357 Something like this?

    54357

    Something like this?
  13. 54355 Created with the BaseView command. Hidden...

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    Created with the BaseView command. Hidden lines layer was frozen.

    I tried using Flatshot twice under two different conditions but it failed to create any 2D geometry. I have no idea why...
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    Thank you Tanner. Seems the CAD drawing differs...

    Thank you Tanner. Seems the CAD drawing differs slightly from the image on the front of the catalogue.
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    54352 This is what I have accomplished so far. ...

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    This is what I have accomplished so far. Still lacks a lot of detail but it gets the general point across.
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    Unfortunately they did not include a top view as...

    Unfortunately they did not include a top view as part of the CAD file. It would be helpful if they had. You do see the top in the image included on the cover of the product catalogue (single phase...
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    The tab for the drawing that is open has the four...

    The tab for the drawing that is open has the four digit number 0501 while the on-screen reference has the four digit number 0300. So, how can it be the file path of the drawing that is open? Could...
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    If you can't copy/paste then you have two...

    If you can't copy/paste then you have two choices. 1) Use WBlock or 2) open the first drawing, erase what you don't need then do a "save as" under a new name and use that as your new drawing. Is...
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    You said, and I quote, "...copy Template...

    You said, and I quote, "...copy Template file...". I guess you changed your mind.

    WBlock out what you need from the first drawing then insert it as an exploded block in the second drawing.
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    In your new layout right click on the layout tab...

    In your new layout right click on the layout tab and select "From Template..." then select your template file from the list shown.
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