Other CAD programs can usually import it, but not create its proprietary form. A dwg file stores CAD drawing. We have many legacy V2. SKD files yes, they really are that old! I have looked at previous threads, bu the SKD files in question appear to be more recent than V2. Also, I am lead to believe that the latest version of Autosketch does not support V2.
|Genre:||Health and Food|
|Published (Last):||10 June 2007|
|PDF File Size:||2.37 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||20.84 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Other CAD programs can usually import it, but not create its proprietary form. A dwg file stores CAD drawing. We have many legacy V2. SKD files yes, they really are that old! I have looked at previous threads, bu the SKD files in question appear to be more recent than V2. Also, I am lead to believe that the latest version of Autosketch does not support V2. We have also investigated having the SKD files exported as a batch process to DWG, but cannot find a cost-effective solution down that route either.
Any suggestions anyone? Thanks for the info. We have 's of legacy AutoSketch drawings but, mercifully, they are required to be converted on an infrequent basis, but trying to trying to do the exports out of V2. My experience with exports from other packages is quite the reverse! The saga continues! Files must be converted to AutoSketch for Windows Release 2.
I am now going to find a nice sturdy wall to bash my head against!! Come on Autodesk, there must be a utility somewhere in your archives that allows us long-standing users to migrate data from one product to another.
I'll reply here rather than just respond via email. Steven Apologies for not responding sooner, demands on my time are exceeding those available in 24 hours at the moment!! What I was hoping for is that SOMEWHERE out there was a utility that could bulk-convert my old files, either to a more recent version of AS or to DWG the ultimate point of the exercise but it looks like it is a one-at-a-time process, which would see me up to retirement, providing I retire at the age of about !!
I know you can download AS v2. I guess I will have to bite the bullet and accept that there are very limited options available for handling aged AS files, that is unless Autodesk take pity on me and writes a utility to do mass-conversions!!! Thanks for all your help anyway. At least now I feel I am not bashing my head against a brick wall quite as much as before!!! Our company is also looking for a way to convert these files.
It was during the process of converting everyone over to Windows 7 that we discovered this issue. Same as Gary, we discover this here and there, but we do not currently have an easy way to get to all of these files at once.
I had also suggested that we bring in interns or co-ops to convert all of these files, but this is not currently in our budget, and we don't feel that we should have to go to such great expensive and time consuming lengths to use these files.
Home Contact. Repost 0. Subscribe to newsletter To be informed of the latest articles, subscribe:. Comment on this post.
How to open or convert AutoSketch files in AutoCAD
Could you please provide assistance and advice on an Autosketch skf conversion to acad dwg problem. For some unknown and frustrating. I open the folder containing the SKF files, right. Aktosketch seems to be no prompt for additional attachments that I can see!
How to Convert a PDF to Autosketch
Autodesk's AutoSketch software is a computer-aided design program that allows you to create detailed two-dimensional technical drawings and illustrations for use in a variety of fields. The program uses its own SDK format for saving files, but it can also handle files used by the software's more powerful cousin, AutoCAD. See links in Resources. These companies allow you to try out their software before buying it. Select the PDF file you want to convert. Once selected, the file name will be displayed in a list. You can add more files to the list if you wish to convert several documents at once.