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May 2, 2019 - 12:46 pm
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Hi Bancha.

We have SCM`s Morbidelli machine and i need .pgmx files too.

To get them – in PolyBoard post-processor settings change Converter to XConverter, and specify path for it, should be something like – C:\Program Files (x86)\SCM Group\Maestro\XConverter.exe.

After that, set PolyBoard to run as administrator, and same for XConvertor (you will find it in Maestro folder). Also PB developers found out that tooling file .tlgx can`t be longer than 3 characters, so my one i changed to mor.tlgx. 

Hope this helps.



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Hi Ness.

I am using SCM pratika 310MFV with Maestro. Can we out put to .PGMX file instead of .PGM file? I already try to export from XXL to PGMX but nothing happen.

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Yes, to export into .pgm you must use Xilog post pro. with Xconverter.exe as converter in program files > scmgroup > xilogplus

Polyboard export into xxl then convert files in pgm for Xilog Plus

In few Windows version Polyboard should be run as administrator for converting xll > pgm 

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Hi Ness,
Is it possible to make a post processor to output .pgm format for using on SCM Morbidelli machine?
Thank you.

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