Dxf import Hypex Ncore logo
I am trying to import the Hypex Ncore logo into FPD as a cavity, but it does noet work. Could it be because they are seperate cutouts in one file???
Posted By: ds23man on Mar 09, 2013 08:01PM Category: Front Panel Designer
There could be several reasons. The best way for us to help you with a logo import would be sending the files to us (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Posted By: DianeHaensel on Mar 11, 2013 05:55PMReply
I am trying to import the Hypex NCore logo that was created by a member of DIY Audio. I have tried importing but it doe snot import correctly.
Was any resolution found to this?
Posted By: Harbord on Mar 25, 2013 06:34PMReply
I did it:
Posted By: ds23man on Mar 26, 2013 07:58AMReply
I am glad it worked for you.
My Dutch is very limited so I couldn't understand the post you linked to.
Please use the Front Panel Designer installation of our sister company in Germany whenever you get ready to order your design. Schaeffer-AG Download
This way your order from the Netherlands goes directly to Schaeffer in Germany and will not have to take the detour over our server in the US.
Posted By: DianeHaensel on Mar 26, 2013 07:27PMReply
The main problem with importing dxf files is problems with failure warnings about "not closed contours". If you encounter this problem you can try a simple detour:
1. Import the dxf file in Corel draw and export it to a Hpgl file ( .plt)
2. Import this in FPD as an engraving object.
3. Export the FPD design as a DXF file
4. Import this file into QCad and remove the panel outline
5. Save this as a R12 DXF file.
6. Import this file as a contour in FPD.
Posted By: ds23man on Mar 28, 2013 06:49PMReply
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