We're Unigraphics users, so I don't know about ProE, but CGM format
works well for us. We create pictures, logos, etc. with Corel's
Presentations, then export to CGM format. UG reads the CGM file as
Director of MIS, Gray-Syracuse Inc.
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> I realize this isn't Pro/E-ML, but I bet that many of you have had to
> Does anyone here know of an easy way to get a scanned image (a logo)
> Pro/E as datum curves to make a cut. I've done it before using Pro's
> Tools, but I don't have a Scan Tools license anymore. I can get the
> in from Corel/Trace as a .dxf, but all the curves are approximated by
> umpteen schmillion little line segments. Pro's utilities for tracing
> lines with splines and then deleting them seem limited. I have access
> ACAD 13 and Corel/Draw! as well as Pro/E(v16).
> Brian VanHiel
> Mechanical Engineer
> Nordson Corp.
> Duluth, GA
> For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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