Click Ply data export as IGES or DXF
The Export Ply dialog box is displayed.
entities to be exported (in our scenario, we selected
It can be a ply, a ply sequence, a plies group or a
||Multi-selection of plies is possible.
Click ... to select the directory where you want to store
the export file. We have selected E:\tmp.
Select one export format.
Three formats are available:
- IGES 3D(3D contours):3D engineering geometry and 3D
- When this option is selected, the Options for 3D contours
- IGES 2D(flatten geometries): export in 2D (flatten
- DXF(flatten geometries): export in 2D (flatten
- When the IGES 2D(flatten geometries) or
DXF(flatten geometries) option is selected, the Options
for flatten geometries are available:
- select the check boxes of the texts you want to include in the
- then select how you want to write those texts:
- Those texts will be added as text entities in the DXF or IGES
2D files and located close to the strategy point.
||To export text annotations as texts, select the Export mode
option Semantic or Structured in
Tools>Options>General>Compatibility>DXF or IGES 2D.
If you have selected IGES 2D(flatten geometries)
or IGES 2D(flatten geometries), the Include options become
|You can choose to include:
Strategy Point: seed point defined during the
Rosette: local rosette stored under each ply,
select one or both options, or none.
Choose how you want to create the file:
Click OK to export the ply data. The export files are
created in the directory you have selected. All follow the same naming
rule, that is:
Ply.number_Material_Direction.ExportType, e.g. Plies