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I haven't tested it yet but I was looking for this and found a plugin - vaguely titled spirix_shapefile_importer that imports shapefiles into newer versions of sketchup including sketchup 2016 (plugin Ruby).


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The data volumes seem low but I'm wondering what the size of the actual image is that you're going to output? That may be the problem. Can you try with a lower resolution and see if that helps. You may need to tile the data prior to going into the rasterizer if you're looking to produce a huge huge output raster.


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Check with which version of AutoCAD the DWG file was saved. Generally ArcGIS is not compatible with latest versions of AutoCAD, e.g. 2014, 2015. Try to save the DWG file to an older versions like 2010 or 2011 and then open that file in ArcMap. if changing version of AutoCAD is not working, It is possible that your CAD drawing ( DWG format) have a coordinate ...



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