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bjenk8100

Is there a difference between using autocad's 3d template from the start to switching to 3d workspace in autocad's 2d template? I am guessing not but i have been stunned in so many other ways.

 

Tnx,

 

Brian

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Dadgad

Not that I am aware of, should have all the same functionality.

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ReMark

Visually....yes (at the onset). Functionally...no.

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Dadgad
Visually....yes (at the onset). Functionally...no.

 

Interesting, how are they different functionally?

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ReMark

Either template can be used to create a 3D drawing so it means they function the same. None of my 3D drawings are done using acad3D.dwt.

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Dadgad
Interesting, how are they different functionally?

 

Never mind, I misremembered the original question, so misinterpreted your response.

I was thinking the question was along the lines of "are they the same?", and as such, your response surprised me. :beer:

 

I never use the acad3D.dwt either, always use a customized .dwt of my own design.

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bjenk8100

I swear my 3D experience/performance change daily. Never have a problem with 2D but some days functionality is great some days not. I know to not have every snap on and all that but its weird. I think its from swapping back and forth between 3d and drafting spaces, not sure though. 2D is always the same.

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bjenk8100

so an answer to my question is that you do not need to use 3D template?

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ReMark

There is no rule that says you have to start a 3D drawing using the acad3d.dwt template file.

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