|Home » Forums » CNC » Message||Login|
You are not logged in. Consider these WOODWEB Member advantages:
New to biessework got a error message2/8
How can i correct this error Line 2862 - The layer 0 ( BSCIM ) does not have the TCH key
Make sure that you have closed the file in any other program before you open it. Also don't try to do a automatic import just do it as a manual import and select what you need. Get used to things then work toward the automatic import.
Biesseworks does not recognize internal or external cuts it only goes by direction of lines. If one part is drawn one way and one the other then it has a fit. Also if you do an import from cad you want to watch you lead in and out so you don't ramp into a corner and into another part.
The automatic import works fine but takes a bit of getting used to.
Im using autocad to draw with . Trying to import as a dxf file. Thank age\im
DEFPOINTS is an invisible reference layer created automatically by AutoCAD when you add dimensions/annotation. It can't be deleted but you can get a drawing file without it by copying only the geometry into a new file. Layer 0 is the default and similarly often can't be deleted.
That said, getting the error about missing TCH codes on import shouldn't actually get in your way, usually. I frequently import DXFs that have operations using TCH codes as well as other layers that I just want geometry for guide/reference - they give that same error and just import as a geometry rather than an operation.