Good day all.
I am not sure if this is the right place to put this post, but if it is in the wrong place please move to where it should be.
I am looking for help and advice, regarding converting a PCB design from DipTrace into useable g-code via the use of CamBam.
DipTrace as of yet does not directly export any kind of g-code for PCB Isolation Routing, but can export drill g-code.
DipTrace is able to export the design to filetypes like dxf/dxg/jpg ect.
Here is the board I am waiting to try and make.
As you can see nothing complex about it.
Here is the dxf output file from DipTrace: http://www.mad-professor.co.uk/Misc/Interconnect%20Board.dxf
I would like to route this board by removing all un-needed copper, and just leaving the needed traces.
I am using the free version of CamBam unto I get somewhat used to the software, then I will be upgrading to the full version.
Can you please advice.
Thankd for your time.