I am looking for a way to cleary Export .dxf files for Cutting (ioline Specifically)
The problem first occured when, I installed CS4, (this method was flawless in CS2)
The problem I am having is inconsistant, jagged, and incorrect lines when I load the export from CS4
Into the Ioline Rip Software.
Anyone that is familar with exporting for flatbed or roll cutters that can help me find a solution to this,
In the meantime I have to save the file as .eps then load the file in Corel and export as a .plt from there.
I can't stand Corel, so anyway to bypass this process would totally make my days easier.
I also have the Latest version of Wasatch, and I heard a small rumor that I could do my export dirty work in that...?
Rereading your OP, I made a search and found this two year old thread: http://forums.adobe.com/message/1249346#1249346
As it appears, it seems that you will have to use CS2, or modify the .dxf file (simplify, create an .eps, or something else).
Seemingly, the curves should be jagged already when viewed in Illy (CS3/CS4). Is that the case?
Someone may know whether this CS3/CS4 bug has been fixed in CS5.
From what I can see the issue has been resolved in CS 5 at least a file I had opened in CS 3 and 4 that showed the arc as poly lines now shows it as an arc.
Best way to find out is to download the trial version and then please come back and let us know.
The worst that can happen is that you will be where yu are now and the best is that you will solve your current problem for thirty days or you will decide to upgrade.