I created a symbol from a .dxf file, and when I try to use it in a mixed scheme, I get a "Symbol corruption. It cannot be inserted." error. Why is that? How is one to create a symbol without it being corrupted?
A little more information might be helpful.
Post the DXF file so we can see what you are dealing with.
How did you create the symbol ?
What is a "mixed scheme" ?
This is a SOLIDWORKS Electrical question. The term 'mixed scheme' refers to a particular type of schematic.
Yes, As Jim pointed out, its a solidworks electrical question. I apologize for not clarifying that with the post.
I created the symbol using the "Symbols Manager"
I clicked the "Import DWG files" tab
And then browsed for the .DXF/.DWG file, and once it creates the symbol, I can find it in my library, but I just can not place it.
I've attached a screenshot of the .dxf file. I would attach the file itself, but it has to be an image. =\
Alex Ramirez wrote: I've attached a screenshot of the .dxf file. I would attach the file itself, but it has to be an image. =\
Alex Ramirez wrote:
Check #18 of Forum Posting on how to attach files while replying to a post.
here is the .dwg
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