I'm new to CorelDraw , I use CNC plasma machine for mild steel cutting, usually it was abt just normal shapes of orders i had ,but now I'm willing to cut design patterns for grill/jali for decorative purpose in mild thickness (from 1mm to 5mm).such patterns are only can be drawn & scaled easily in coral draw. our machine requires a Dxf format file for cutting process hence I'm doing the same after shaping and scaling accg. to requirement in CorelDraw.
my problem is when i do this conversion from CorelDraw to dxf , the drawn object is seen drawn with so many dots like lines to form a desired shape and this object file is giving jerks on every point of shape ,what i require is to minimize these dots used while drawing the particular shape so that i get a shape drawn with less points to avoid the jerks while cutting it.
PLEASE ..SUGGEST ME REGARDING IT
There are some commercial add-ons (not free) for coreldraw that export using different DXF algorithms. "Curve libraries" are used and other things to have a cleaner DXF.
These ones: http://macromonster.com/?s=dxf&post_type=product
and ecut too.
I'm happy to try a free test for you for both of these on your own file. contact me here to arrange a conversion. Then you can see if the DXF is working better with your cutter.
Is DXFTool limited to use with CorelDRAW X6?
I don't do DXF export for a living, but from my very limited observations, CorelDRAW's native capabilities are really weak there.