DXF Spline To Polyline

DXF Spline To Polyline

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Description

Fusion 360 add-in lets the user export the currently active sketch to a DXF file in which the splines have been converted to polylines.

 

Some laser cutters do not work with splines. In order to avoid having to open the DXF in another product to do the conversion, this add-in does that for you.

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About This Version

Version 1.2.0, 4/12/2016

Now multiple splines get exported and it supports fixed splines too.

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Customer Reviews

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  • Nope -> Yup!
    Mark Honeth | May 05, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Had issues exporting sketch splines to DXF the default way, went to the forums, got referred here, tried it and the results are even worse. Ended up just patching the missing splines back into the DXF using Inkscape. Edit: There must have been something weird with the certain version of Fusion I was using because since updating the app works fine. It's the perfect workaround for the default "Save as DXF" which gives really weird results.


    Adam Nagy (Publisher) | May 08, 2017

    Though the main purpose of these apps from my team is to showcase the power of the API and everyone is welcome to use the source code and modify it as they wish, I'd still be interested in seeing the model it fails to work with. Would you mind contacting us on fusion.apps@autodesk.com to provide more information? Thank you!


  • Excellent App
    Sascha Hirschhausen-Funk | April 27, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Now I can prepare my sketches for the lasercutter. Thank you!


  • Excellent
    Desire Nwaobasi | April 05, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    This should be merged by default in the main app.


  • Works like a charm, allows me to export DXF files of spline entities, which I couldn't do with previous versions of F360
    Justin Pither | November 30, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    This does exactly what it says on the tin. A little fiddly to get started with, but it is now indispensable to me - I use it multiple times per day.

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