2022-09-2002:24 PM - last edited on 2023-05-0905:56 PM by Gordana Radonic
This one might be hard to crack!
I have an issue when I'm merging layouts to one DWG file when the views are made from the same story in Archicad but they have different rotations. When opening the DWG in Autocad's version of model view (the layouts look good) there is one model for each rotated view.
I will try to explain to you step by step, and hopefully somebody have seen this before, I've tried and tried to figure out the solution but with no success. Here we go:
1. Save two or more different views from the same story with different rotations (i think its called orientation in AC).
2. Place the two views on two drawings
3. Make a publisher set and place the views in a folder, choose DWG and Merge to one DWG-file.
4. Publish and open in Autocad and the layouts will look good but there will be multiple versions of the floor plan. One for each rotated view.
I have attached screenshots to hopefully make it easier for you to understand what I'm trying to explain.
Sorry for silence but sure someone is there trying to help you and find the right solution or even advice that may lead to a solution.
Despite I didn’t challenge with this case before but have you tried to save into model space rather than the paper space & also try not to merge into one DWG file and merge them in AutoCAD that may help.
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