I am trying to import a set of simple lines on an autocad drawing into Illustrator CS5; I have done this previously without issue by saving the CAD file as a 2004 .dwg file. This is then placed into Illustrator without scaling and usually works perfectly. However this time the placed files are massive in comparison to a piece of a3 paper on Illustrator (the drawings are 215mm in length). I have annotated the files and they are to correct size, the scale is also set to 1:1 on Autocad.
Any help would be amazing, I have recently bought CS5.5 and am keen to get into the forum side of the suite.
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However this time the placed files are massive in comparison to a piece of a3 paper on Illustrator (the drawings are 215mm in length).
Could you elaborate on that?
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So basically I have drawn flatware on Autocad, they are 215mm in length; however when placed into illustrator onto a piece of a3 paper the drawings scale themselves up much larger.
This is the only CAD scaling issue thread I have been able to find, and that is quite different.
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