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In the following article, I present a “fixup” procedure for a faulty AutoCAD drawing that is reported to be corrupted. I have also provided the source files (preferably in their.cdr format, also known as AutoCAD-compatible Drawing Files) for those who want to reproduce the procedure on their own machines.
According to my records, this is the first article of its kind on the subject of the AutoCAD R16F09 bug reported here. To view the full record, please click on this link:
“R16F09 is the AutoCAD R16B03 bug that corrupts layers in a drawing on a few users’ machines.”
The reported bug is relatively new. It is “hard to recall” how old the AutoCAD version in question is, so we will assume that it was installed on the machine some time ago. According to the bug report, the bug “almost always” happens on the first layer in a drawing.
A sample screenshot of the R16F09 bug.
This bug is probably not a critical one. AutoCAD no longer allows layers to be inserted at the bottom of a drawing, and such insertion is problematic in the case of a corrupt drawing. In addition, creating layers in this manner can be quite tedious, especially when working with an import filter.
Regardless of its severity, if you are a serious AutoCAD user, then you should monitor your machine for this bug. It will be necessary to examine your drawing files to see whether you are affected.
Let’s get started!
A “fixup” procedure
In my case, the corrupted drawing contained only one layer. In general, it is recommended that you check the number of layers before starting any “fixup” procedures.
Fixing a corrupted drawing is not too hard; most of the time you can just copy the layer (or layers) from a fresh or repaired drawing and paste them into the corrupted one. Here’s how it looks:
Before starting the procedure, I suggest that you first verify that the affected drawing was saved in AutoCAD in “printer-friendly” mode (PPR). You can do this by selecting the “Print” option from the “File” menu and choosing “Print Printer Friendly
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Export.DWG to multiple formats
Export.DWG file to the various formats, including several versions of AutoCAD as well as Star CAD, ArchiCAD, Adobe Acrobat, Flash, PDF, DWG, and DWF. The following table lists the various export options:
AutoCAD also offers the ability to export to PDF, DWG, DWF, DWX, DXF, and SVG. On the home page of the Autodesk Exchange site, it states:
Drawings are available as well, and may be printed from the modeling software or sent to a printer for publication. Drawings are saved as the native AutoCAD file type, and can be imported into AutoCAD versions 2000 through 2016, including AutoCAD LT versions 5 and 6. It is also possible to export drawings to DXF, DWG, DWF, and PDF.
Some custom third-party software, such as Cerasis Architect, Excel-CAD, and CorelDraw, can be used to create AutoCAD compatible drawings. Some software packages, such as Creo software and SolidWorks, have tools to work with other AutoCAD versions but not AutoCAD LT.
The SolidWorks 2011 online help manual, page 313, states:
The geometry may be incorporated into other drawings, including but not limited to the DXF or DWG format.
AutoCAD Architecture and AutoCAD Electrical are the only platforms that can export CAD drawings to native CAD files. AutoCAD Architecture can export to DXF, DWG, DXF as both file format, DWG as native file format, and.PDF. AutoCAD Architecture can also export to.PDF.
AutoCAD has received multiple awards. AutoCAD was recognized by InfoWorld as a 2010 Best of the Year Award winner in the category of Construction.
AutoCAD was inducted into the Academy of Engineering Excellence’s Engineering Hall of Fame on the World Wide Web in 2006.
AutoCAD has become the world’s leading integrated product for the design, engineering, and construction industries. According to AEC Magazine, in 2007, CAD users worldwide spent $7.3 billion on CAD software, a 22% increase from $6.1 billion in 2006. In that same year, AEC Magazine reported that AutoCAD is used by more than 21 million users worldwide.
This number includes
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1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to a device for detecting the thickness of a solder-containing material that is used to produce circuit boards and devices such as those used in the electronic industry.
2. Description of the Prior Art
In the electronic industry, a solder-containing material is applied to a circuit board and is then heated to a predetermined temperature. The solder-containing material is usually a plated solder. After the solder-containing material is applied, a layer of the solder-containing material is then separated from the circuit board by a hand iron. After separation, the thickness of the solder-containing material is measured. If the thickness is too great, the hand iron must be used again. If the solder-containing material has a thickness too small, the hand iron must be used again.
A typical prior art device and method for detecting solder thickness can be found in U.S. Pat. No. 4,449,137. As disclosed in this patent, a solder is applied to a test board by an electric heater. After applying the solder, the solder is partially solidified. The thickness of the solder is then measured by a thickness gauge that is coupled to a detector by a magnetic coupling. However, the thickness gauge is a hand-held type that must be positioned close to the solder to obtain the necessary reading. If the solder has a thickness that is too great, the thickness gauge must be repositioned, and if the solder has a thickness that is too small, the solder must be heated again.
U.S. Pat. No. 4,299,370 also discloses a hand-held thickness gauge. The disclosed gauge comprises a thermocouple which is adapted to detect changes in resistance associated with solder thickness. The thickness gauge can only be used to measure changes in thickness of solder, since temperature changes are not detected. Thus, this gauge can only be used to detect a thick solder that is solidifying after having been applied, and can only detect that the solder has thinned.
In order to detect thickness of solder applied to circuit boards, it would be desirable to have a device that could detect the thickness of the solder even after it has been partially solidified. It would be desirable to have a device that could be used to both detect solidifying solder and detect thinned solder. It would also be desirable to have a device that could be
What’s New In AutoCAD?
Import and Edit BMPs:
Import and edit BMP images, including high-resolution Raster Graphics. Use the built-in BMP editor to modify the image, or add captions, effects, or arrows to imported images. (video: 2:35 min.)
In addition, these updates are available for 2019:
Overview of Changes
Import and Edit:
Import and Edit images now support importing of JPEG 2000 images and PDFs. To import JPEG 2000 images, first open the Import and Edit menu and select Edit > Import > Supported Format (JPEG 2000). The Import dialog appears, and you can then select any supported JPEG 2000 image file from the dropdown list. To import a PDF, first open the Import and Edit menu and select Edit > Import > Supported Format (PDF). The Import dialog appears and you can then select a supported PDF file from the dropdown list.
When importing JPEG 2000 or PDFs, images are automatically opened in a separate file, and an automatic rendering filter is enabled. You can edit the image as usual, or even save your changes and send the edited image back to the original source.
PDFs can be viewed as files in the same window as the drawing, or you can open them in a separate window.
Rapid Export now supports exporting to more image formats, including JPEG 2000, JBIG2, and EMF. Simply select the export format you would like to use and click Save to save the image. You can also import the image back into a drawing using the normal Import function.
Support for Design Markups:
Design Markups (also known as Advanced Drawing Markups) now support importing into a drawing from several different sources: Microsoft Word files (.docx), e-mail, the Internet, or Excel files (XLSX). The Design Markups menu appears under the File menu when you select Import.
You can also send markups to a drawing from an Excel file (.xlsx) using the Import Markups function (File > Import Markups > Import). When you import an Excel file, a design markup will automatically appear in the drawing.
Viewing Design Markups:
You can now right-click on a design markup to view it. You can view the design markup in its original format, as a PDF, or as a static image.
In the Markup Menu, you can
System Requirements For AutoCAD:
OS: Windows XP SP3 or later
Processor: 1.4 GHz CPU
Memory: 128 MB RAM
Hard Disk: 1 GB free space
Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible graphic card (Vista and Windows 7 may have issues)
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Sound: DirectSound (Vista and Windows 7 may have issues)
DirectX 9.0c compatible
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