What is a DXF file?

DXF is a CAD data file format developed by Autodesk.

DXF or Drawing Exchange Format is a 2D file format commonly used for plasma, laser or waterjet cutting purposes.

Many engineers, designers, and architects use the DXF file format during product design.

DXF files are known for their accuracy. When you use DXF files for CNC machining, you’re guaranteed a precise outcome — whether or not they’ve been converted.

DXF files allow users to open data files in any CAD system.

Designs saved in the DXF format don’t need to be vectorized, so you can export them directly to G-Code.