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Axonometric view from a 2D DWG file

Paopao
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Hi, I have a plan of a building which is in DWG and I need to put it into an axo. What would the best way be in Archicad?
Thanks
Pp
AC23 • WIN 10 • Intel Core i7 2.8 GHz• 32G RAM• NVidia GForce GTX 1080
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Barry Kelly
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Try opening the DWG as a library object (FILE menu > Libraries & Objects > Open Object).
You will need to change the file type to DWG.
Then save this as an object and see what you get.

Barry.

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Paopao
Newcomer
I have imported it and placed it but it doesn't show up in the axo.
AC23 • WIN 10 • Intel Core i7 2.8 GHz• 32G RAM• NVidia GForce GTX 1080

Paopao
Newcomer
I have found this but I can't make it work

I canìt make a morph out of the imported dwg somehow.
AC23 • WIN 10 • Intel Core i7 2.8 GHz• 32G RAM• NVidia GForce GTX 1080

Paopao
Newcomer
So far the best way is to apply a rasterised image of the axo to the surface of a solid. Anyone has any other idea except Rhino? lol
AC23 • WIN 10 • Intel Core i7 2.8 GHz• 32G RAM• NVidia GForce GTX 1080

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