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dwg to dxf conveter

dwg to dxf conveter

dwg to dxf conveter

Hello, please, does someone has a dwg to dxf converter ?

I create some drawings with autocad2007, and after i save them in dxf format. I open that dxf with dDlphi, and extract entites from there ... i would like a converter :) kindly !

RE: dwg to dxf conveter

What research have you done yourself?

In 30 seconds I was spoilt for choice!

RE: dwg to dxf conveter

hi, i am not 8h/day into delphi programing ... so i post it 1st on google comunities, where i was recomended to try CAD VCL from http://cadsofttools.com/products/cad-vcl-enterpris...

so i did, and i have tested a demo from them, but the demo did not include dwg to dxf direct converter.

there is an importer for dwg, and also an exporter for dxf, but they did not run as expected. i have contacted back the guys from CAD VCL, and i thought to ask also here :) ... you know , converter for delphi :)

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