Wood Designer forum
April 9, 2021
PolyBoard is not developed to run on a tablet or telephone, it can only run on Windows or a Windows emulator. I would suggest that you download the free version on your computer to test it out. There is also the option to export the DXF files from PolyBoard to another design software such as SketchUp where you can add in design details using your XP-Pen. If you are interested in purchasing the software you can contact us here to book a demo, and if you are looking to use the free version then please sign up for our Premium Support to access continued technical support from our experts. Thanks so much and have a nice day,
Thanks for sharing that, it’s helpful and useful.
gonna start using my XP-Pen Deco 03 drawing pad a lot more but i’m not sure whether I can use it in polyboard software. can you give me some advice？
I have used it in Photoshop, illustrator, AutoCad and Zbrush, Blender. It’s good for freehand drawing.
August 7, 2014
We do not know the internal working of Maestro. This is something to ask at their customer support. The csv file will probably be needed to be aligned in a way that Maestro can read it.
In the PolyBoard menu “cutting list/cutting list options” you can set the format of the csv list
I found this youtube video about nesting from a csv file. I hope this helps as there is nothing more we can do about this.
I have polyboard with SCM Maestro nesting.
I’m confused because I can’t get it set up correctly
The Polyboard does the programs, no problem with .xxl or .xcs or .pgmx
I have program for each part. The import to Maestro nesting is OK, but i dont know how to use the generated .CSV file with it and how to set it up.
The CSV is important, because contains that information: edge banding, grain, direction etc…
And i want to import those information in Maestro.