phantomjs://platform/webpage.js:286 in _onPageOpenFinished phantomjs://platform/webpage.js:286 in _onPageOpenFinished Home Community Community Archive - Read Only Autodesk understands that working remotely can be challenging. We are here to help. Find out how to get set up to work from home or anywhere outside of your office. Do you have questions about working remotely or collaborating while using Autodesk products? Visit us every Tuesday for Community Office Hours! r.piras 3519 Views, 33 Replies i got a really big problem that needs a solution. in the far 1993 i drawed something with drafix windows cad and (shame on me) saved it in the *.cad-format. is maybe anybody from you able to convert this files into a normal format like *.dxf? would be very kind if there is a workaround for this How large is the file?? I still have a copy of that old program and If it is something you can send to me I may be able to do the conversion to either .dxf windows meta-file or AutoCAD.. But beware there are some inherent problems in doing conversions out of the .CAD format depending on what you drew and how you drew it.... I noticed you mentioned you had a old copy of Drafix. I'm looking to open a bunch of old files (saved in Drafix proprietary .DXG format) using Drafix 1.0 (maybe 2.0). Would you be willing to share a copy of your old program so I can recover some data. I could destroy it after. Thanks for whatever help you may provide. JIGGS1937 in reply to: r.piras I HAVE SEVERAL VERSIONS OF THE ORIGINAL VERSION OF DRAFIX , ALSO WINDOWS VERSION FOR WINDOWS 3.11. IF YOU HAVE NOT CONVERTED YOUR FILE YET MAYBE I WILL BE ABLE TO HELP YOU.
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Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts I'm looking to buy a version of Drafix CAD from anyone who has the original CDs. It older software and the company is no longer in business. Log in or sign up to leave a commentLOG IN Inventor3 points · 5 months ago I can't help you with the original CDs, but I think Drafix turned into QuickCAD and AutoSketch later in life. I might have AutoSketch somewhere still... one diskette. I download a new version of QuickCAD however it was unable to ID or open the files. Thanks for the feedback. VIEW ENTIRE DISCUSSION ( 3 COMMENTS) More posts from the cad community
One of the enhancements to Drafix/QuickCAD is the ability to save the drawings
in AutoCAD ... The plans can be downloaded in "dxf" format from the links below.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search AutoSketch 9 running on Windows XP Professional AutoSketch is a 2D vector drawing program by Autodesk. It is less powerful than Autodesk's AutoCAD and does not support 3D models. AutoSketch uses SKD and SKF, in later versions, as its native format, but can support DWG and DXF. Version 2.1 for Windows supported macros which has been removed in later versions. AutoSketch ad from a Sep 13, 1988 issue of PC Magazine AutoSketch was developed by Foresight Resources under the name "Drafix" to run under Microsoft DOS, and was one of the first Windows based CAD software products. An Atari version was also available around 1989. Drafix won the first American Institute of Architect's "CAD Shoot-out". Among the features that made the original Drafix stand out when compared to the much more expensive AutoCAD were the ease of learning, the variety of dimensioning available out of the box, including relative dimensions, and being able to draw new primitives (line, circle, square, etc.) relative to existing primitives or points on them using keyboard shortcuts. One limitation of the first DOS release was that it needed to store all of a drawing in RAM, while editing and could not use any sort of swapping. This limited the size of the drawings. In later versions Drafix took advantage of virtual memory available in Windows to edit more complex drawings. One important limitation was that while Drafix was a complete drawing tool at a reasonable price for many industries, especially architecture and industrial design with relatively small drawings, it lacked the extendability AutoCAD had thanks to its LISP interpreter.
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