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cONERVT 3D pOLYLINE TO 2D POLYLINE

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Mark_Anif

Hi all..

 

can help me how to convert 3d polyline to 2d polyline in autocad 2008?

 

thank you..

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ttray33y

have you tried the CONVERT command?

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eldon

Have you tried the Flatten command?

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rkmcswain

Although flatten will change all of the vertices of a 3D polyline to 0.0, the entity will technically remain a "3D polyline" (the bitcode 8 is still set on group code 70).

 

So you'll have a "2D" polyline as far as the "Z" coordinates all being 0.0, but if a application is testing this entity for a 3D polyline, that will still be true.

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rkmcswain
Hi all..

 

can help me how to convert 3d polyline to 2d polyline in autocad 2008?

 

thank you..

 

I just tested this lisp routine in 2015 and it worked okay. Should work fine in 2008 also.

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anniesmith

You can use some of software tools available. And this video can also

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Tiger

EXPLODE -> PEDIT>JOIN ?

 

If you wanna go the less fancy route without those new-finagled apps and stuff. Now, gerroff mah lawn!

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Takis Tsiberis

Select the 3D Poly,

then do

Modify -> Explode

then

select all the lines

then (in the properties window)

set "Start Z" to 0.00 (that is zero)

also

set "End Z" to 0.00

finally

select all the lines

then do

Modify -> Join

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mohammad-hassan

explode & join it

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