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Import Any Vector Line Art
DXF Layout allows the user to import 2D vector files created in 3rd Party software packages. DXF is a common format that can be exported from any vector drawing program, such as, Illustrator, CorelDraw, Inkscape, and more. DXF Layout's tools allow for scaling, rearranging, flipping, rotating, auto-connecting of lines, splitting (tiling designs), create boards to layout shapes, and ultimately, importing those boards into Designer to be carved or cut out.
WHAT IS A DXF FILE?
DXF (Drawing eXchange Format) is a vector graphic file format typically used with AutoCAD software. It can, however, be read and exported from most vector drawing programs, such as Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw. DXF files contain only vector line/path information, which enables these drawings to be imported into Designer as drawn lines, rather than pattern shapes.
WHERE DO I FIND DXF FILES?
DXF files can be generated by most vector drawing software. There are many that can be found online by searching for DXF files or any other vector formats. Vector clip art is readily found online for free and can always be converted to DXF format.
HOW DO I MAKE A DXF FILE?
If you are working in another vector drawing program, any vector file format, such as EPS, AI, and CDR files, can be opened in their respective packages and converted by using the export or save as functions.