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 From:  3dcnc
7878.1 
London Metropolitan University CAD course file . will be deleted end of today.
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 From:  Michael T. (MICTU_UTCIM)
7878.2 In reply to 7878.1 
Like this? I did it from the drawing dimensions as opposed to the line work.

Michael T.
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 From:  Stardust
7878.3 
Hi Moi'ers

Which software do you use to present a 2D drawing with measurements like that?
Looks good

/Stardust


- Michael for Nobel Prize -
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 From:  Mik (MIKULAS)
7878.4 In reply to 7878.3 
Hi Stardust,

I use Solid Edge 2D Drafting (free).

More info you can find here: http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI&msg=7607.1

Hope it helps.

Mik
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
7878.5 In reply to 7878.3 
<< Which software do you use to present a 2D drawing with measurements like that?

You have also Moi! ;)
http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI&msg=7403.103

then its PDF export!
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 From:  Stardust
7878.6 
Hi and thanks for the tips

I am on Mac unfortunately so I will have to look further

Thanks anyway :)
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 From:  Michael Gibson
7878.7 In reply to 7878.6 
Hi Stardust, you could try Draftsight: https://www.3ds.com/products-services/draftsight-cad-software/

- Michael
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 From:  keith1961
7878.8 
Hey 3dcnc. Is it some sort of exercise on a course?
Best wishes
Keith
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 From:  Marbleman
7878.9 
Hi Stardust,

I'm on Mac and I use MoI! with Max's Dimension script and snapshot please see....

http://moi3d.com/gallery/images/0018%20JED%205mm%20Rad%20Cutterpng.jpg

James E
www.jameselliott.co.uk
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 From:  Stardust
7878.10 In reply to 7878.9 
Hi James

That looks fantastic, thanks!

I will check the script


BR
Stardust



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 From:  3dcnc
7878.11 In reply to 7878.8 
Hi

Ha Ha. Was not expecting anyone to take notice of the post , except my students.

Its part of the CAD design course I am doing at the University. I was supposed to delete it. I am teaching Moi and Rhino. The 2D drawing was generated in Rhino. The project is for the students to draw up a flat pack piece of furniture to be cut on the cnc router .

I started teaching the 2d and 3D basics in Moi , we have now moved to Rhino. We created a 3d model , then used make2d to extract the 2d drawing. In Rhino used layout to create the 2d drawing layout for printing.I love Moi, and use it all the time for design doodles and ideas.

I also prefer to teach the commands while doing a project, to put them in context. In Moi we started by drawing a guitar body. We then drew a milk jug followed by a chair.

Last day today.

EDITED: 14 Mar 2016 by 3DCNC

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