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AutoCad Blocks into ProgeCAD

I submitted a question before but i can not find it...
So here we go again.

My company uses AutoCAD 2013. Company we work with uses ProgeCAD.

We seem to be limited in what types of blocks we use. No Dynamic Blocks and possibly no nested blocks and no groups.

I am wondering if someone can tell me the rules for sending blocks to progeCAD from AutoCAD.

Maybe there is a script or something i could run to convert to something compatible.

asked 1 year ago in progeCAD by qholmes / Level: Smart End of the Tape Measure (22 points)

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True, progeCAD does not process dynamic blocks so they need to be original blocks, not dynamic. Nested inserts should work fine.
Not sure about groups, you would have to test that specifically.
answered 1 year ago by Scott H / Level: Engineering Manager (5,713 points)
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We use dynamic blocks quite a bit. Does anyone know of a script that will convert them nicely?

I believe i read something about a script at one point in the past but i did not need it at the time.

Maybe someone here has one.


answered 1 year ago by qholmes / Level: Smart End of the Tape Measure (22 points)

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