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This and others functionalities are coming... (I think for 2.16) http://blog.qgis.org/2015/12/08/crowd-funding-project-for-reading-cad-documents-in-qgis/


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You will first need to geo-reference the data in the DXF. If it has been drawn at 0,0 it is not in real world co-ordinates so trying to re-project will do nothing. If you know where the data should be in UTM (or some other projection) you can move it in AutoCAD to the correct location, then re-save and import back into QGIS. Then you will be able to convert ...


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It worked for me. I used QGIS to produce a shp file from a geotiff from https://data.linz.govt.nz Then opened GDAL and put as per Nathan W above: ogr2ogr -f "dxf" C:\0GeoOUT\kane4.dxf C:\0GeoIN\contour.shp -zfield ELEV So I could understand it better on my system I set up input and output folders. I avoided spaces or periods in paths as I had failure (...


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You must convert the "description" field of your csv file into label annotation following the DGAL OGR Feature Style specification http://www.gdal.org/ogr_feature_style.html. See a text label example from the section 2.1 A text label, taking the text string from the "text_string" attribute field: "LABEL(f:"Times New Roman",s:12pt,t:{text_string})...


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I found that for a successful dxf export you must not enable 'on the fly' reprojection in order to have a project crs different from the data. The project has to have the same crs as your data. cp this issue: QGIS 2.14.3 export PostGIS layer to dxf issue two tickets are on the way concerning the same issues: https://hub.qgis.org/issues/14940 https://hub....


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You may use las2ogr (las utility application), but your GDAL libraries must be built with libLAS. Convert las file to txt using las2txt (las utility application) and use ogr2ogr converting CSV file to DXF Convert las file to txt using las2txt (las utility application) and load it to QGIS as a delimited text file and save as DXF


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Patch (merge) the two vector maps together (I'm using roadsmajor and streams from the North Carolina sample dataset for GRASS GIS): v.patch input=roadsmajor,streams output=roads_and_streams Export using GDAL/OGR: v.out.ogr input=roads_and_streams format=DXF output=roads_and_streams1.dxf Alternatively, export using specialized module: v.out.dxf i=...



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