sonya — 2018-09-15T11:41:27-04:00 — #1
I scanned a purchased pattern and converted it to bitmap. I used Win Topo and successfully saved the pattern as a dxf file in Patternmaker Professional Studio that I own. How do I get specific body measurements into the dxf pattern I’ve created? I’ve downloaded the trial version of the MacroGen just in case I would need it for this purpose. By body measurements, I mean importing Leena's measurement table files in Patternmaker into my dxf pattern file.
coco — 2018-09-15T21:15:12-04:00 — #2
I dont think you can do that. Macro gen works with its own measurement table. A macro is generated from a master table. On patternmaker, the macro can be run to generate a new pattern. Not the other way round. If your pattern is not linked to any master measurement table (means has not been generated by a macro made in Macro generator), you have to adapt the pattern to your body measurement manually with the distance function and move vertex function (among others).
sonya — 2018-09-15T21:35:40-04:00 — #3
Thank you for your response. Macro Gen is probably the way to go for what I'm trying to do.
coco — 2018-09-24T09:39:13-04:00 — #4
yes, you have to put the input of your pattern yourself point by point. It
takes a while but the result is a macro which can fit any measument from a
measurements table or individual measurement.
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