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Old 29th August 2017, 08:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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AutoCAD GTR

Anyone got a GTR block in .dwg or compatible format? 2D

Want to check my garage plans with it.

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Old 29th August 2017, 01:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Can you not just draw a rectangle the same size as the car in Autocad for sizing?
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Can you not just draw a rectangle the same size as the car in Autocad for sizing?
Well of course, I could also resize a similar car, but you get a much clearer interpretation when you include the real thing. You also get the correct shape, mirror heights and overall dimensions. For instance, putting it on a ramp and opening the garage door.

Really though, it just looks better!
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Well of course, I could also resize a similar car, but you get a much clearer interpretation when you include the real thing. You also get the correct shape, mirror heights and overall dimensions. For instance, putting it on a ramp and opening the garage door.

Really though, it just looks better!
Yeah it does look better, but maybe I've misunderstood, are you looking for a 3D model as you want plan view and side view etc.
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Yeah it does look better, but maybe I've misunderstood, are you looking for a 3D model as you want plan view and side view etc.
The application (program) is 2D. The drawing of the wireframe might look 3D with the features, but the views are drawn in 2D. But yes, there would be multiple views of the part.
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What colour is your car mate?

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