Hello Folks 🙂
I draw a multi-storeys building and I need to export it in dwg. When I visualize, for instance the second floor, and export it to dwg, the file I get shows all the elements underneath the selected floor I am exporting. So, while in Archicad, the floor plan is clean, in autocad, it shows the second floor overlapping the 3 floors below.
How can I do?
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You have to prepare a layout with all your level plans and publish this layout with the right DWG export translator. By this way you are able to get all your level plans into the "Object" space into Autocad.
I am editing the paramenters. I do not find any parameter which includes only the visible items. The only thing I find is visible layer but it doesn't work because the layer of the walls are the same in every floor. There isn't any straight forward and preset way to have a dwg clean as tidy as in the viewport in Archicad?
English is not my birth language, I'm not able to explain you as well as I want. Share you file and I will do it for you.
Into AC you should put all your level plan views into one layout
Then add this DWG export translators into Archicad before publishing DWG :
It seems to be like this :
All your level plan views into Autocad "Object" space through one publication.
Is it what you need ?
Then you are able to change hatches, lines or pen type correspondences between Archicad and Autocad. It's possible to export windows, doors or cut hatches into associated layers too.