Rocscience International Conference 2025 is going to take place in Sydney, Australia Read more

Search Results

Exporting a 3D DXF File

The 3D tunnel, wedge(s), and supports can be exported from UnWedge to a DXF file (AutoCAD Drawing Exchange File) using the Export 3D DXF export 3d dfx button option.

To export a 3D DXF:

  1. Make sure the 3D Wedge View is selected.
  2. Select Export 3D DXF export 3d dfx button from the Export sub-menu of the File menu.
  3. You will see a Save As dialog. Enter a name for the DXF file and select Save. The 3D coordinates will be saved to a DXF file.

NOTE: The exported DXF file will show wedges and/or supports according to the Wedge Visibility and Pattern Bolt Visibility settings in the Sidebar, respectively.

The orientation and spatial positioning of the 3D DXF model is based on 3D Coordinates in UnWedge, which are relative to the Tunnel Axis. That is, the Opening Section is parallel to the XY plane, and the Tunnel Axis is aligned with the Z-axis. The Tunnel Axis Orientation Trend and Plunge have no affect on the 3D DXF export orientation.

Rocscience logo, click here to return to the homepage Portal Account Portal Account Log In Log Out Home Shopping Cart icon Click here to search our site Click here to close Learning Tech Support Documentation Info Chevron Delete Back to Top View More" Previous Next PDF File Calendar Location Language Fees Video Click here to visit Rocscience's LinkedIn page Click here to visit Rocscience's YouTube page Click here to visit Rocscience's X page Click here to visit Rocscience's Facebook page Click here to visit Rocscience's Instagram page Click here to visit Rocscience's Reddit page Bookmark Network Scroll down for more Checkmark Download Print Back to top Single User Multiple Users RSLog RocFall3 CPillar Dips EX3 RocFall RocPlane RocSlope3 RocSupport RocTopple RS2 RS3 RSData RSPile Settle3 Slide2 Slide3 SWedge UnWedge RocTunnel RocSlope2 Commercial License Education License Trial License Shop safe & secure Money-back guarantee