KiCad can also print to Postscript. I googled PS to DXF and found many utilities that convert, including some that convert from Gerber.
I don't know any of them. I suppose many are "paid".
I use Autocad to rebuild old schematics. By loading an image, I can "trace over" the picture.
It might be OT, but I would love to hear more about CNC's etc. You are right, there are just way too many cool toys :)
Date: Sun, 10 Aug 2014 21:16:30 -0700
Subject: Re: [N8VEM-S100:4882] Re: Group Purchase - FPMini Front Panel Switches
I don't have a dxf drawing. I just got a copy of Autodesk and am learning sheet metal fab.
Eventually I should be able to cook something up. Wondering if there are any utilities that
can convert any of the Kicad outputs (gerber) to a dxf.
You have a CNC mill? Cool. I bought a Grizzly G704 mill last year. Added DRO but really want to
put a CNC kit on it. Using the mill primarily for some 80% projects on AR and 1911 goodies ;^)
I did use the mill on some of my chassis parts. With the DRO the placement of my holes were
perfect. Yea I know too many hobbies and cool things to play with.
On 08/10/14 09:22 AM, Frank Schieschke wrote:
Is there a dxf drawing of the "switch alignment tool"?
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