Re: Saving other than DWG

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What's the highest , a woman screaming or the Eifel tower ;)) BMP is a row and collum description of each dot color on screen or print. DWG is like a text saying "at point x,y,z there is the endpoint of a line having another stored endpoint , replacing 2000 lines of BMP file with two compiled lines in DWG format. DWG is highly compressed written language descriptions of a 3D world , BMP is the color of each dot in a screen buffer. Btw is BMP the prefered raster format , a good choice ,but there is no way around plotting the BMP you ask , ----- this is the way, you generate a BMP from a DWG ; you plot the object to file or directly to a printerplotter. The link at the bottom, show a rendering of an actural 3D assembly for the buildings you se in the graphic, these are 3D objects not dots coloring a fancy design, BMP and DWG is two very different things, ------------ just like this is not the actural building. P.C. http://www.designcommunity.com/scrapbook/2660.html
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Brilliant! I'll try that.
Thanks Richard

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