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billjenkins
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How to open a Full DXF File

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08-20-2012 12:22 PM

When I open a .dxf file in Desgin Review it only birings in a 8 X 11.5 piece of the part. I do plan on using Design Review to make Tile sections so that I can print templates on my inkjet printer.

 

My objective is to bring in a DXF file that is too large for my printer and Tile it and print the tiles after I previrew the expected results. Hopefully I will be able to over lap the parts a bit.

 

Thanks,

Bill J.

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billjenkins
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Re: How to open a Full DXF File

08-20-2012 01:45 PM in reply to: billjenkins

Update: I saved my dxf file in AutoCAD as a DWF and the entire file will open now in Design Review but when I try to print I can not select individual tiles.

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hassanparvez
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Re: How to open a Full DXF File

09-05-2012 01:54 AM in reply to: billjenkins

dear,

i can't open dxf file in my gerber software v8.1. pls give me solution how to open dxf file

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pendean
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Re: How to open a Full DXF File

09-05-2012 05:24 AM in reply to: billjenkins

ADR is not a dwg or dxf viewer: it just uses DTV to translate to a DWF using default settings. That's why you only got a partial, and always will.

 

What tiles in your DWF? you provide no usable info for remote assistance, that's why yuour post has languished for over a week.

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