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missing object lines converting from inventor drawing to autocad dxf file

missing object lines converting from inventor drawing to autocad dxf file

missing object lines converting from inventor drawing to autocad dxf file

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hello - i was required to convert an inventor drawing to autocad dxf file by a customer - when the inventor drawing was saved as a dxf then the dxf was opened all the text, dimensions and object lines were there - if the inventor drawing was saved to and autocad file then made a dxf only the object lines were missing- all layers, viewports and everything else was turned on - when switching from paper space to model, model space was empty - the customer was able to read the dxf fortunately but for future use how can i prevent this - any help or info would be greatly appreciated - thank you

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