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Command N Cut Adding Lines

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joeshown
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Command N Cut Adding Lines

Postby joeshown » Sun Dec 03, 2017 2:08 pm

I cut a lot of rectangular nameplates from 22 gauge sheet metal that are 12" x 4". Each plate has a .1" hole centered on the plate and .5" from each end. When I save in Corel draw as a PLT there is no line connecting the two holes. However, when I open the file in Command N Cut there is a line connecting them. If I delete the line the holes are also deleted. Anybody have any ideas what is going on?

Also, I have another plot that has three one inch tabs on a 24 " rectangle. In Corel draw it is fine but when I open it in Command N Cut the top of the top tab's left corner traverses at a 45 degree angle to the bottom of the right side of the tab. I have redrawn the plot twice and when I open it in CNC the diagonal line is still there. Very frustrating.

Joe Shown

joeshown
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Re: Command N Cut Adding Lines

Postby joeshown » Mon Dec 04, 2017 1:24 pm

Terrie from Tracker took me through the process of what was causing the problem and how to correct it. I know now how to prevent the problem but I don't think I can explain it.

Joe Shown


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