JoshK wrote:when the data is exported into dxf format and opened in AutoCAD, what are the objects in the dxf? are the meshes, 3d solids, or 3d surfaces?
Hi Josh. You get a set of polylines (representing the edges of each of the planes), as well as a set of triangles that make up each surface of the plane. The surfaces are planar “DXF Polyface Meshes”, with an extremely low polygon count (i.e. the number of triangles is as low as possible).
Exports to IFC, DAE and OBJ formats are also supported.
You can experiment with exports (and other features, such as textures and scaled ortho images) with a free trial of Pointfuse Pro 1.1: http://pointfuse.com/get-pointfuse/