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Exporting a DXF File

A boundary or ground/truncation surface can be exported from UnWedge to a DXF file (AutoCAD Drawing Exchange File) using the Export 2D DXF option.

To export a DXF:

  1. Make sure the Opening Section view is selected.
  2. Select Export 2D DXF DXF File Icon from the Export submenu of the File menu.
  3. You will see a pop-up window allowing you to choose the type of DXF you are exporting (i.e., Opening Section, or Ground/Truncation Surface). Click the appropriate option and select Export.
  4. You will see a Save As dialog. Enter a name for the DXF file and select Save. The coordinates will be saved to a DXF file.
A boundary or Ground Surface or Truncation Surface can also be imported from a DXF file into UnWedge, using the Import DXF option.
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