Deleted lines after importing ( emergency )

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#1

hey guys
well , im trying since yesterday to import a dwg file on sketchup , but every time i got a corrupted work
many lines are deleted .
im using autocad 2016 and sketchup pro 2016 ; i tried even with sketchup 8 ! and yet the same prblm
help ! :cry:


#2


#3

There could be any number of reasons but from the image it is all guessing. Attach the model and dwg and someone can test it.


#4

how can i do that ?


#5

The message box where you just typed ‘how can i do that’ has an upload button, 7th icon from the left at the top.


#6

ok thnk u plan actualisé.dwg (3.0 MB)


#7

:cry: help


#8

I personally can’t help at the moment as I’m on my phone. But I’m sure someone will pop along soon.


#9

ok thnx a lot ^^ … and i hope so


#10

If I open the dwg I see multiple versions of the cityplan. Are you exporting from paper space or model space? Maybe wblock everything you need from autocad to a seperate file and import that one into SketchUp?


#11

i see only 1 file !!!


#12

1 plan i mean …


#13

I see multiple if I do zoom-extends in SketchUp. Top right a small cluster and bottom left another cluster.
I edited the image to show whats inside the circles.


#14

oh yeah right tht’s an other problem but the plan im working on is the one near the circle
i already posted 2 pics showing it


#15

What you show looks like a common issue when importing dwg files: Autocad is notorious for scattering contents far and wide in the model space, so far that SketchUp runs into clipping problems. Try this: select the contents of interest (assuming they are just one of the clusters), copy it, and paste it into a new file. You may also need to adjust the group’s axes afterward, since Autocad also often places the group origin far away from it.


#16

Ok lets look at the part in the bottom left circle:

  1. Group the vertical part with the line top-down in it.
  2. rotate that part 90 degrees left
  3. move to the cluster at the bottom left - zoom until you’re happy with the position
  4. explode

OR

  1. start autocad
  2. explode the top-right block (I’m guessing its a rotated wblock)
  3. export again to dwg
  4. import in SketchUp

#17

even on autocad i see only the cluster im working on !


#18

i don’t really know how to do it !


#19

can u plz show me how with screenshot or smthing ?


#20

did you try Slbaumgartner’s suggestion?