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Old 23rd May 2011, 02:53 PM   #1901
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Old 23rd May 2011, 03:05 PM   #1902
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Old 23rd May 2011, 03:11 PM   #1903
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Quick question, is there an easy way to import Hornresp's exported data into Sketchup or 3dsmax or anything of the sort?
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Old 23rd May 2011, 05:24 PM   #1904
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Ah ok, now I get it

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Thanks a lot - so simple and still, this one I didnīt know. Works great
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Good question. The exported horn geometrie could be translated into some CAD-Style, but this is rather a task for a intermiediate Programm or a CAD-Import Filter than for hornresp itself. I didnīt look it up, but maybe we could use something to visualize Excel-Charts, I bet there is something out there which is able to cope with Spread-Sheet data in order to get it into a CAD of some sort.
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Old 24th May 2011, 05:17 AM   #1905
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It is like Sabbelbacke says. Once you have pasted the "Schematic Diagram" exportdata into Excel there should probably be no problem.

When Googling it seems to be quite a few freeware converters out there. This is one

XL - Excel to AutoCAD Home

I would be grateful if someone tried and then gave instructios on how to.
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Old 24th May 2011, 12:18 PM   #1906
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Quick question, is there an easy way to import Hornresp's exported data into Sketchup or 3dsmax or anything of the sort?
have a look at this Spreadheet by Soho54
Easy Horn Excel Spreadsheet
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Old 24th May 2011, 01:51 PM   #1907
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have a look at this Spreadheet by Soho54
Easy Horn Excel Spreadsheet
Hey Xoc1,
Why would that help? Check the Hornresp export *.txt file and you will be aware.

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Old 24th May 2011, 03:28 PM   #1908
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have a look at this Spreadheet by Soho54
Easy Horn Excel Spreadsheet
Yeah, I've got that spreadsheet as well, but my issue is I've got an enormous text file and I'm not even sure where to start. I have a basic design in my head, but I'm not sure where to go about translating this:

Code:
Length (cm)	Area (sq cm)	Radius (cm)	Angle (deg)	Side Len (cm)	Height/2 (cm)	Top Len (cm)	Width/2 (cm)	Width Flare
0.000000	620.000000	14.048207	-0.828064	0.000000	12.450000	0.000000	12.449799	Con
0.500000	619.362115	14.040979	-0.828490	0.500042	12.443634	0.500041	12.443353	Con
1.000000	618.724231	14.033746	-0.828917	1.000083	12.437262	1.000081	12.436906	Con
1.500000	618.086346	14.026510	-0.829344	1.500125	12.430883	1.500122	12.430459	Con
2.000000	617.448462	14.019271	-0.829773	2.000166	12.424498	2.000163	12.424013	Con
2.500000	616.810577	14.012027	-0.830202	2.500208	12.418105	2.500203	12.417566	Con
....*snip* this goes on for about 4 pages....
into something that looks like a TQWT. Someone in my original thread was kind enough to help me with what a basic design would look like, but I'm still a little lost.

My original intention was to suggest perhaps Hornresp could benefit from having an export to something other than text, such as .3ds or .skp which would make it a lot easier to fold it up and see what I'm looking at. I guess the basic idea is I'm not comfortable enough with my hornresp skills yet to trust that I'm reading this export data properly enough to start marking wood.
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Old 24th May 2011, 04:13 PM   #1909
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Change L to longer intervals. 0,5cm seems to be kind of overkill. Also remove the columns you donīt use.

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Old 25th May 2011, 05:32 AM   #1910
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My original intention was to suggest perhaps Hornresp could benefit from having an export to something other than text.
Hi DrDyna,

Hornresp data values can optionally be exported as 'comma separated values' or *.csv files, rather than 'text' or *.txt files, if this is preferred. Comma separated values files can be opened directly in Excel. Note 15 on page 20 of the Help file may also be of interest.

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