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Re: Vector file out of Mathematica?


Export as PDF. Both Illustrator and CorelDraw can open and edit this format.

Mathematica can Export to other popular 3D formats, such as "DXF".

Hans

"Steve Gray" <stevebg at roadrunner.com> wrote in message 
news:fphcvp$8jk$1 at smc.vnet.net...
> I need to do editing on some Graphic3D objects created in Mathematica.
> If I do CopySpecial > metafile or Export["foo.emf", gr3D] (where gr3d
> = Graphics3D[...]) and paste or open it in Corel Draw or Adobe
> Illustrator, it looks like a very crude bitmap. I need to have it be a
> vector file so resolution is preserved. How can I export a vector file
> from Mathematica that is in some standard format that common vector 
> software
> can deal with? If some lighting or shading effects are lost, that
> would be ok.
>
> Steve Gray
> 



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