Re: [SI-LIST] : Polylines conversion for Maxwell SI Solver

Eric Bogatin (bogatin@ansoft.com)
Thu, 22 Jan 1998 09:05:07 -0600

Hi Folks-

There is a commercially available tool from CAD Design Software, CDS, which will take a drawing with lines having a width attribute and automatically convert them to polylines. In addition, touching lines will be automatically unioned together. There are other handy and useful features contained in their add-ons to AutoCAD. For more information, please contact:

Les Ammann

CDS

4655 Old Ironsides Dr. Ste. 480

Santa Clara, CA 95054

voice: 408-748-0124

fax: 408-748-0675

email: cadesign@ix.netcom.com

--eric bogatin

At 09:02 AM 1/22/98 -0800, YEE PAK HONG wrote:

>Is there any one can advise me the following.

>

> In order to input .dxf into Ansoft/Maxwell S/W, the user needs to ensure

>every trace is in "multiple-lines bounded polyline". But if the user is given

>a "stand-alone polyline drawing", i.e. not bounded by lines, but shaded line,

>how could the user convert such a "stand-alone polyline" to a "multiple-lines

>bounded polyline" in AutoCAD. The method I can think of is to draw additional

>lines and be closed-up upon the edges of the "stand-alone polyline". Please

>advise.

>

>

>

>regards,

>Yee Pak-Hong.

>Texas Instruments S'pore

>MOS Memory Pkgg. Devt.

>DID: (65)290-2206.

>Fax: (65)290-2184.

>

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