I would assume that LISP programs will work in the dwg editor. Haven't
actually tried it yet but did see the need for one almost immediately. The
only reasons we still maintain a seat of AutoCad is for cleaning up the DXF
files from SolidWorks and saving them as release 12 (obsolete CAM program
for our lasers). It appears that this can be done within the drawing editor
but it takes a combination of dialog boxes and command line input to do so.
Can anyone whip up a simple LISP or macro to accomplish this more simply?
We need to be able to enter a name (8.3 format again the obsolete CAM
package),select a network drive & directory and select the entities to be
saved and finally save it as a acad r12 dxf. I would love to be able to
write CANCEL on the next bill from AutoDesk!
18 years ago