I know my question sounds weird but I will try to be specific as possible. Please be patient and please don't flag this question with another question: I would like to hear what everyone needs to say even if its a negative feedback, this is a serious project.
I am testing a feature called Variable Data Cutting (VDC) on the UI of a non-visible class 5 laser die-cutting machine designed to mass produce intricate folding cartons. ↓
Fun fact: Conventional die-cut manufacturing techniques cannot achieve this level of intricate cutting. This being said, this technology allows us to innovative widely.
As for Blender, this process is critical. Indeed Blender is a powerful tool and can be utilized in high-end production processes.
I use flat planes as a splitting tool to split an obj or stl object(s). After splitting the object, I would like to know how to export the "sliced face" as a dxf. The UI only reads dxf, dwg and even PDF. Below is an example of what I am depicting. ↓
Actual thickness would be .20 mm
I would like to know how to export the "sliced face" as a dxf.
Thank you for taking YOUR time to help me out, and if there is something anyone needs more explanation on please let me know so I can quickly revise anything.