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Old November 21st, 2006, 03:25 PM   #1
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My name is Dave, I've been doing autocad for almost 15 years now. Icurrently work for a structural steel engineering firm in Saginaw. I can draw ANYTHING you need in 2D or 3D. I also have several engineers that will be able to answer questons about strengths and stresses. Let me know what you need. Thanks. (989)414-3123
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Can you take those drawings and then convert them into .dxf files for cnc machining? If so what are your charges?
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Can you take those drawings and then convert them into .dxf files for cnc machining? If so what are your charges?
Autocad, easily saves out to DXF format, it is one of the standard save functions.

I do a lot of cadwork in this software for CNC and Waterjet Cutters, haven't run into to many problems yet.
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