RE: Off-Topic - EPS file format

From: James Carruthers (jim@hydraulicdesign.net)
Date: Mon Apr 03 2000 - 22:58:35 EEST


Hi,

It's been a while since I used Pro, but I've done that--and then converting
the .eps to .pdf with GhostScript--and I think it had that built-in, you
just had to change the name of the file to .eps from .plt. Bascially, you
just do a print-to-file to a PostScript printer--either your app gives you
the 'print-to-file' option or you just install a printer driver out of the
ones that come with Windows and set a file as the "port"--and an .EPS is
what you get. If you do the same thing with a plotter, you get a .plt file.

Jim
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James Carruthers
Hydraulic Design
--3D Modeling and Design
--Rhinoceros 3D Reseller
http://www.hydraulicdesign.net
mailto:jim@hydraulicdesign.net
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  -----Original Message-----
  From: owner-rp-ml@bart.lpt.fi [mailto:owner-rp-ml@bart.lpt.fi]On Behalf Of
Impact - Doug Johnson
  Sent: Monday, April 03, 2000 2:18 PM
  To: RP Mailing List (E-mail)
  Subject: Off-Topic - EPS file format

  Hi All,

  Does anyone know how to create an EPS format file from a Pro/E drawing,
DXF file or DWG file?

  Thanx again,

  Doug
  Doug Johnson Prototyping Program Manager

  IMPACT Engineering Solutions

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