During DXF conversion we need to fill the circles to make solid. I tried to fill these using ACE but would not fill correctly.
Numerical Support Team
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about 5 years ago
To fill an area means that the DXF boundary must be closed and continuous - like closed 0-width polyline. However your sample DXF consists of only individual entities: line, arc, and spline segments. So to fill, I selected the DXF import option: "Join" and "DeEmbed".
JOIN: The join option connects those entity segments allowing ACE to fill them.
DeEMBED: This detects when there are "islands (i.e. clear areas)" contained inside an outer boundary. When selecting this option the internal islands/holes will be made visible.
almost 4 years ago
I have not used the Join and DeEmbed options, only the fill button. This is good information for me to use with all DXF files I need to fill.