I am trying to convert a drawing from Autocad to Gerb, but when I do, the small drawings lose their shape and get a square like format.
I amplified the size of the small figures in the Cad and when I convert it to the Gerb, when bigger, they are perfect, but the smalls always lose their shape.
Do you have any idea about what that is?
Thank you for your question and sending a sample file. When reviewing your gerber files, I noticed you selected to export the Gerbers with a "Digit (Integer.Decimal)" format of "4.1". This means that the accuracy of your gerber files is only to 1 decimal place (i.e 1/10th inch), and your gerber files coordinates will be rounded down.
For example, if a coordinate in your gerber file was meant to be 2.24 inches, it would be rounded to 1 decimal place of accuracy, resulting in 2.2 inch.
Note: This is typically the case when you view your resulting gerbers in a "gerber viewer" and see many weird geometries.
Try adjusting your Gerber accuracy. I would recommend that you use at least 4 decimal places or higher (such as 3.4) when exporting your Gerber files.
Note: For best results, choose 6 decimal places of accuracy.