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I have been trying to import terrain data from a dwg. I can get the terrain perimeter to work but the topo lines will not convert to polylines even though they have shared endings.
I attached both the original dwg, and the topo layers isolated as their own file.
This has been very frustrating as I have followed all the steps in the online knowledge base but the lines will never convert to polylines when imported. Any suggestions?
Topo Layers isolated.dwg
18046D_ACAD 2010_TOPO IMPERIAL.dwg
All, I have a building design (floor plan & elevations) and landscape design survey in DWG and PDF formats. I need someone to convert these files into a HD Professional file as I am struggling with terrain and roofing. Once done, I am ok with internal colour schemes, services, and amending drawings. If you can help me and have time, please send me message so we can discuss timings and fees. David
Is there a way (or a friendly person) to export to DWG using HD Suite 2017? Or to convert DXF to DWG? I am just getting started and don't have the Chief Architect pro software. My intended recipient is using Autocad 2012 and claims to need DWG, doesn't know what to do with DXF.
I am having trouble with importing a DWG topo map. I watched Chief's video 1056 (Import a Surveyor DWG file for a Site Plan or Terrain Perimeter) and I followed the instructions for joining all of the perimeter polylines but I still cannot get the entire set to highlight so that I can convert it to a Terrain Perimeter as shown. I have also tried creating my own Perimeter by tracing over the lines in the imported DWG and then placing the imported elevation lines on top of it - no go.
I noticed that when I imported the DWG, I got (2) sets, a large one with no elevation lines and a much smaller set (off to the lower left) which does have the elevation lines. The layers of most relevance are:
- 4 (elevation lines)
- 8 (elevation labels)
- 17 (Perimeter)
Can anyone can figure out what I'm missing?