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ASG - Robert
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Converting from Corel CDR to DXF

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06-08-2007 08:49 AM
I am working with Win2k version of Corel 9 CDR format and trying to convert to a DXF to be used in QuickCAD 8, and Corel does the conversion. But, say I draw a circle in Corel and I get one continuous line, conversion to DXF yields about 500 something points all arranged in a circle. This makes it difficult to use certain machines like a waterJet or laser cutter because they want to cut every single point. Question: How can I use an existing drawing from Corel and convert it to DXF for use in QuickCAD and have my lines continuous? Is there something I need to do in AutoCAD to adjust or complete the lines after conversion, or is there a converter out there that will achieve my goal?
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Re: Converting from Corel CDR to DXF

10-01-2007 03:05 PM in reply to: ASG - Robert
corel draw 12 says its better for technical illustration

pline edit..(PE) then, (J) join. that will make those continuous.

search for 'corel and spline' in google...cnczone discusssion exists.
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