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A Cura based DXF generator from your STL

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Hello,

Recently I've been working on laser cutting machines, with a 3D background I like to design parts and do assemblies using softwares like OpenSCAD or Autodesk

This is why I wrote Projekt, a software based on CuraEngine to get the slices of your part and export it as DXF:

https://github.com/Rhoban/Projekt

You can also use it to generate multiple gravures level, it will uses polygon differences with the previous layer

Don't know wether there is already softwares that do this kind of thing

I may create a gui for this some day (maybe this could be an output option for Cura). Hope this helps!

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