CS student by night and Solidworks 3D Drafter for a EE and Automation company by day Blender user since 2.49. First degree was in fine art with concentration in sculpture and figure drawing.
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- Mar 30 2020, 4:46 AM (77 w, 4 d)
Jun 10 2020
I have been digging into the python code for the add on io_importDXF which allows the import of files generated by AutoCAD into Blender. I have been doing this as part of a class assignment where I was hoping to replace the outdated dependency 'dxfgrabber' with the author, mozman's current effort 'ezdxf' which provides expanded functionality. Unfortunately the suggested replacement by mozman does not simply drop in place so to speak and this endeavor has turned out to be more time consuming than time I had available. I created a bug report to let the project know of this change to the dependency.
May 30 2020
I can open the file in AutoCAD, although I cannot make sense of the drawing. I can recognize some fence sections, however they are not regular. Is there a screen shot of the expected out put?
Apr 26 2020
Apr 23 2020
Apr 21 2020
Thanks for the thorough explanation, I appreciate your time on this. I will contact Aaron as you suggest and I was looking for a good foothold to start contributing and images seemed hard to mess up while learning the process, I understand now how images may be a little more involved than I initially anticipated.
I would like to find out more about how I may help you with this task. I am new to contributing but the first time I picked Blender up was 2.5/2.49ish.
I would like to find out more about how I may help with this task. I am new to contributing but have dabbled with blender since 2.50.