In the help menu, look up PROJECT & SECTION.
Also, depending upon the complexity of the drawing, you might try
tracing w/ an uninterrupted PLINE, as the points you select will be
forced into a flat plane.
There is a lisp called flatten.zip that sets the z to zero
Do a google search for it. or try Mark Middlebrooks or Afralisp web
sites, links from mine at http://www.cadalot.co.uk
On Tue, 27 Apr 2004 22:52:41 GMT, "Dave & Miri Atkinson"
Can I add a word to the other suggestions about Flatten.lsp?
If the 3D contains 3D blocks, it will not flatten those. At least,
the Flatten.lsp that I have doesn't. Since you mentioned conveyors, I
guess that some items like tail rollers and drive rollers might well be
blocks. Exploding them (if you can) would help.
& Miri Atkinson) wrote:
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