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Kerf Works said
I dont know how to do it when inporting an individual DXF but you should be able to have the post-processor set to Optinest
and Automatic optinest start as yes
And Optinest will open and it should then pull in the edges information.
Hi Kerf Works,
I used this way to output .DXF files on Polyboard (Optinest post-processor). I also tried to setup many optinest post-processor(s) with many diff configurations but when open Optinest and input those .DXF files, the Optinest doesn’t see the Edges information.
(I am using Polyboard 7.01m, Optinest 2.31h version)
Thanks so much for your kind suggestion.
November 8, 2013
Anyone can help to teach me: on Optinest, how to automatically get edges information when import .dxf file from Polyboard ?
I tried these following steps but cannot get Edges:
1. On polyboard create a cabinet then select File/Post-processor Export/ select a specific Optinest post-processor (ex: Optinest-WoodWop). It will export these .dxf files
2. On Optinest, select File/New, then select Pieces/Pieces DXF Import, then select these .dxf files exported from Polyboard.
– Click “Edges” button but it shows empty data
(please view the attached image)
Thanks in advanced