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Hi Tom
Fantastic Posting !

Could you post the drawings again - I think they have vanished.

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Martin
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Thanks Martin.

I fixed the missing image of the model, but none of my current hosting sites like the eDrawing format, so I'm not sure where to put it. I can email it to you if you like, but be aware that it's not drawings, but a 3D solid model and you'll need to download eDrawings to view it.


.easm   Stevens Favorite.easm (Size: 345.35 KB / Downloads: 76)

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(05-17-2014, 02:39 PM)TomG Wrote: Thanks Martin.

I fixed the missing image of the model, but none of my current hosting sites like the eDrawing format, so I'm not sure where to put it. I can email it to you if you like, but be aware that it's not drawings, but a 3D solid model and you'll need to download eDrawings to view it.

Tom

Tom,

Post it here. We can add the eDrawing format to the list in the AdminCP if it's not currently supported.

Ed
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How do I do that Ed? I've always posted my pics and files off site and linked to them.

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Hi Tom,
See if this helps. http://www.metalworkingfun.com/showthread.php?tid=1006
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Tom,

What's the file extension for the eDrawing format? I'll see if it's in the list and if it's not I'll add it.

Ed
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Ed,

It's an EASM file, and it's not a pic, it's a 3D CAD file that gets read by the eDrawings program.

Tom
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(05-18-2014, 09:41 AM)TomG Wrote: Ed,

It's an EASM file, and it's not a pic, it's a 3D CAD file that gets read by the eDrawings program.

Tom

Tom,

It doesn't matter what the file type is as long as the file extension is in the list of allowable types. So an example of an eDrawing file name would be "filename.easm" is that correct? The ".easm" being the file extension.

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Yup, .easm.
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