Back to my same old dirty little question. . .
Will the GF software natively accept a DXF generated by Fusion 360 WITHOUT having to pass it through some other piece of software? ? ? Should be an easy answer. . . Yes. . . No. . . We have no intention of doing so. . . It is under development. . . etc., etc.
I hear references to Fusion 360 and DXF and Inkscape pass across the lips (well, in written format lips anyway) of staff and users, and also referenced via the GF website. However, moving a Fusion 360 generated DXF into Inkscape gives you the BIG UGLY! OK, unless I need to to be given some simple school’n which I will always gratefully accept.
Here are a couple of screen shots:
a) a beautiful, perfect, “make me smile” DXF generated in Fusion 360. . .
b) a but ugly blob, “make me want to cry” SVG base when imported into Inkscape from the Fusion 360 DXF. . .
Obviously unusable. And sure, I understand that the GF seems to be pretty much only talked about in terms of the artists and craft types using AI or Inkscape natively and without the same requirement of precision as us parts guys using CAD, but still.
Wouldn’t dumbing down the cutting of DXF files directly through GF (at least throught the Fusion 360 CAD software talked about here all the time) just make sense?
Frustrated. . . Seriously.
Going anywhere. . . No.