Curic Studio

Curic Studio

Postby ken » Tue Sep 21, 2021 1:24 pm

I just paid $99 for Curic Studio, only wanted the plugin "Make2d". Why, because it has a plugin called Make2d, which the output looks much better than exporting to 2d cad drawing. When using the export to 2d, there are a lot of artifacts that need to be removed before the DWG is acceptable. Note these artifacts are hidden in the view of the model in Sketchup, and are usually bleed though. However, after reviewing the video on YouTube, it looks likes Curic Make2d gives much better results.

However, after buying the program, I was also issued a license Key. BUT NO DAMN INFO ON HOW TO INSTALL, OR PLACE THE DAMN LICENSE KEY FILE. Pissed, yep. Went to his website, no info. Google search, no info.

Does anyone have any idea where or how to use the Curic License key?
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Re: Curic Studio

Postby rv1974 » Tue Sep 21, 2021 6:55 pm

Extentions-Curic-Studio-Licence.. Is this it?
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Re: Curic Studio

Postby ken » Tue Sep 21, 2021 8:53 pm

I have the plugins installed, but during running, all they do is check for the license key. And I have a license key, but there is nowhere to install the license.

Usually on plugins, the first run asks you to input the license key. Didn't happen here.
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Re: Curic Studio

Postby ken » Wed Sep 22, 2021 2:58 am

OK, the problem solved. The author of the program emailed me with the solutions. Nowhere in his instruction was I told to enter the license to go to the extension menu, go down the list to Curic and select the Studio selection and then enter your license key.

Program works great. Below are two images, one on your left is from his plugin and the one on your right is exporting to 2d dwg. You can see all the small artifacts in the exported image. Also, Make2d allows me to see the results before I export the 2d image. So, I can make correction before I insert the dwg into a cad program.

You can see all the bleed though of members behind the front members. All those little lines need to be removed. The little lines are not in the Make2d drawing. I am good to go.

Thanks to all those that tried to help.
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