SVG export


I’m looking for some truthful direction. I have tried the demos of both IOS and MAC OS versions of Shapr3d and am very impressed. I have also tried Fusion 360, for me Shapr3d just edges ahead because of the iPad Pro version but I need SVG export from the get go. Both are expensive subscriptions (Fusion 360 more so) and I have to decide this week, the programme is needed for my new design business and I have to watch every penny. The Shapr3d team say that SVG export ‘is on their list’ - but is it honestly a priority? I can’t wait months so I’m asking the Shapr3d to be honest, I’m about to commit a sizeable amount of money and ongoing loyalty to a 3D design programme, is SVG seriously on the horizon, should I commit to your programme or Fusion 360? An honest answer would help enormously, no PR spin please.

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Yes it is. Drawings are coming in a few weeks, and right after that we will implement svg export. Meanwhile you can export to dwg/dxf that you can convert to svg.


PS: @Seb_Shapr3D is working on this.


Drawings has been and gone, still no svg export.

Here’s what I do - Export as STL, load in to Simplify3D to make sure I’m in the right units (although with a little more review this step may not be necessary), import into Tinkercad and convert to SVG. Painful but works ok.

We are working some foundational technical issues to be able to deliver it this year.

Bit too long for me to invest so much on your subscription model without a guaranteed date, I love your program but I can get svg export in the free version of F360. Shame as I really liked your iPad Pro version.

Daff - I use both. I love being able to draw out stuff on my Ipad with shapr3d but I just fired up Fusion360 to do a threaded rod with bolts because of their thread feature. Shapr keeps getting better and better. - Speaking of which I just tested my 3DConnexion spacemouse on the mac version and no go so would love to see that capability added.

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It will come soon :wink: We are working with them to implement it.

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