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  1. bbankston

    .PNT file type

    Can AutoCAD open .pnt files? If not, what program can? I ask because our glass cutting line has a feature that can trace patterns digitally, and converts that information into a .pnt file. We have software that can open the file but cannot convert it to a .dxf file (which is the file type needed for our optimization program). The name of that program that can open it is ICAD 2D, I believe it's made specifically for the cutting table. If it helps the cutting line product name is a Genius 37 CT-RS Intermac Biesse. Thanks!
  2. A client has asked me if I can give them a .nc file so they can directly input into their cnc machines. I know that I can save an autocad drawing, or objects in a drawing, as a .DXF file. I also know that i can purchase, or obtain an open-source version of, software that will then convert the .DXF file to a .nc file. Currently, my company does not do 3-d models. I have not dealt with this before, so, I am wondering if my drawings will need to be 3-d in order for the .nc code to be correctly read. Is anybody familiar with this?
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