Difference between revisions of "Import your model from your Architecture drawing software"

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* Archicad : Export your model in 3DS format from the 3D view. Choose "by material" to have all materials linked. Import your file in Blender though the built in 3DS import script.
 
* Archicad : Export your model in 3DS format from the 3D view. Choose "by material" to have all materials linked. Import your file in Blender though the built in 3DS import script.
 
* Allplan : Export your model in 3DS format from the 3D rendered view. Import your file in Blender with this [[:Image:Import3ds_Allplan.py|modified 3DS import script for Allplan]].
 
* Allplan : Export your model in 3DS format from the 3D rendered view. Import your file in Blender with this [[:Image:Import3ds_Allplan.py|modified 3DS import script for Allplan]].
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* DXF : Blender doesn't understand 2D dxf very well. But if you change your 2D lines into 3D lines, then it goes well.

Revision as of 11:50, 28 September 2006

It is always a mess to know how put your work out of an app to another. Let review the best way to import your model to Blender from most used Architecture drawing software :

  • Archicad : Export your model in 3DS format from the 3D view. Choose "by material" to have all materials linked. Import your file in Blender though the built in 3DS import script.
  • Allplan : Export your model in 3DS format from the 3D rendered view. Import your file in Blender with this modified 3DS import script for Allplan.
  • DXF : Blender doesn't understand 2D dxf very well. But if you change your 2D lines into 3D lines, then it goes well.