You should prepare technical documentation for the metal piece that you are going to order. You can do it in 2 ways:
- Prepare a drawing of required metal piece in a scale of 1:1 and send it in DXF format.
- If you don’t know how or you don’t have any application to work in DXF, you can prepare your drawing in JPG or PDF with dimensions. Our engineer will prepare final drawing for you.
DXF file format
DXF is a file extension for a graphic image format typically used with AutoCAD (Computer Assisted Drafting) software. DXF stands for Drawing eXchange Format. Since its initial release in 1982, there have been many changes to the DXF file format specifications. For that reason, AutoDesk maintains a current list of DXF file format specifications. Depending on the software creating the DXF file, it can either be in an ASCII or a binary format.
You can create your DXF in: