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About export closed curves in dxf format?

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About export closed curves in dxf format?

Hi,I usually export dxf format,and import into coreldraw.

But some curves should be closed such as a rectangle or fillet rectangle was stroke into many small lines,and I can't close it in coreldraw.

So,can creo export closed curves and how?

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Re: About export closed curves in dxf format?

You may have had polylines set in your export process. Typically if Creo sees it as closed, it exports as an enclosed boundary. Corel may not be seeing the precision that Creo is exporting to.

If you want to post the DXF, I can have a look.

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Re: About export closed curves in dxf format?

I appreciate with your reply,but the polylines setting does not work.

It seems I couldn't edit my question now.

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Re: About export closed curves in dxf format?

In corel, if you select the open area for a mask, does it "bleed out' of the enclosed area?

I think corel may be creating those line segments. Just about everything that exports out of Creo are native elements including lines and arcs. I normally have trouble getting Creo -not- to do that.

You can open the DXF file and see how it is defined. You can also import it back into Creo to see what it exported.

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