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    Project1/2 Lsp

    Hello All,

    Does anyone remember or use a lisp prorgram call 'project' It allowed you to accomplish the following tasks:

    1) PROJECT1
    Allows a "flat" projection of wireframe 3D models (lines, arcs,
    circles, polylines, solids, points) onto the current UCS. This
    could be a useful aid for generating working drawings from a 3D
    model.

    After projection, the user is allowed to make the projected
    entities into a block, or write it out as a drawing file.
    These blocks or drawing files (typically Top, Front, Side, and
    Iso projections) could be re-inserted onto a single UCS and
    annotated to create a multi-view orthographic drawing.

    2) PROJECT2
    This routine projects an entity perpendicular from the current
    UCS onto a designated construction plane. This may be useful
    in the construction of 3D wireframe models.

    This was very useful in previous releases of AutoCAD, but does not appear to work very well in AutoCAD 2000i

    Any comments would be helpful
    Thanks,

    Dave

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    architech Guest
    Have you tried the "solprof" commmand?
    This does a trace over of your 3D view. You only need to shut off your 3D model and move over the 2D trace over. Or you can make a "block".

    I know it's a couple steps extra but it's better than nothing.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by architech
    Have you tried the "solprof" commmand?
    This does a trace over of your 3D view. You only need to shut off your 3D model and move over the 2D trace over. Or you can make a "block".

    I know it's a couple steps extra but it's better than nothing.
    Thanks,

    That seems to work well enough for now.

    -Dave

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