you can try:
reading a little more on one of your responses definitely try Trueview.
A work around that may help is to download trueview from autodesk use it to save the dxf file into another version maybe even as a dwg and try...
they have a version for linux, windows and mac
try also exporting as ACIS and then re importing into inventor
I don't know the technical explanation, but sometimes there are some "kinks" on surfaces that create such error, I don't know much about...
you'll have a surface that you can use in Inventor, so you can create sections and you should be able to have a thickness of the surface.
Iges works fine
You may not like the interface but i think is worth a try, have a look at this software:
just export as iges or step and import on Inventor. try the two files to see which one gives you better result, once you have this surfaces in...
It's just a short for the actual link or "tiny url" the site looks fine and the presentation looks interesting, i hope they can make it available...
Import Rhino Files, Iges, Acis etc...
sometimes is hard to get in contact Stephen but no doubt he is there just keep trying.
I understand is frustrating but he'll will answer, there...
Great Model! , what did you use for the texturing and rendering?
Can you run prosurf? or maxsurf? without crashes? or solidworks?
It took sometime for him to answer but i had no problems when i asked for an installation key because of my new PC, have you tried a phone call?