#linuxcnc-devel Logs

Dec 18 2017

#linuxcnc-devel Calendar

12:24 AM seb_kuzminsky: jepler: your tenacity is an inspiration to us all
06:52 AM jepler: wow nist has a github
10:23 AM seb_kuzminsky: has anyone used the old dxf2gcode program lately? does it still exist?
10:30 AM archivist: in the logs 238 rows in set (43.39 sec) so gets a regular mention
10:48 AM cradek: unfortunately I suppose a dozen programs have that same name
10:49 AM seb_kuzminsky: yeah
10:54 AM seb_kuzminsky: there's a sourceforge project of that name that appears to be active
10:55 AM seb_kuzminsky: wow, sf is like 1/3 ads now, by screen real estate
11:17 AM skunkworks: I am still on the mailing list
11:17 AM skunkworks: https://sourceforge.net/projects/dxf2gcode/?source=navbar
11:17 AM skunkworks: there are a couple posts this month
11:20 AM skunkworks: it seemed to work great when I tried it. My main issue was that my old version of acad didn't put units in the gcode file. so dxf2gcode defaulted to metric
11:20 AM skunkworks: not dxf2gcodes problem..
11:23 AM skunkworks: (ace converter is still my go-to when in a hurry)
11:25 AM skunkworks: *didn't put units in the dxf file
11:28 AM seb_kuzminsky: i'm allergic to dxf, is there one that reads svg?
11:29 AM seb_kuzminsky: "The source compiles with Borland C++ v5.02"
11:29 AM seb_kuzminsky: "A 66 Mhz or faster clock speed is recommended for satisfactory performance.
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