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Printing of Lithography Mask designed in Autocad
2012-09-11
Mohd.Yusuf
Printing of Lithography Mask designed in Autocad
Andrew Sarangan
2012-09-11
I recall encountering this problem before when converting DXF to GDS. You
have to draw the shapes as closed polygons rather than lines. I don't
remember the details right now, but there should be a setting in autocad
for this.


On Tue, Sep 11, 2012 at 6:19 AM, Mohd.Yusuf  wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have designed a lithography mask (for microfluidics and electrodes) in
> Autocad 2013 / 2002. the design is perfect as i have converted the design
> file to other formats LASI, GDS and found to be correct in dimensions. the
> dimensions are in the range of few 10s of microns to 100s of microns.
> BUT-  i want to print this mask design on paper - plastic foil using high
> resolution printers. when i try to do this - in print preview i just see
> very very thick lines of all features drawn in autocad.  i checked many
> books.. forums.. no clue yet. is there anything related to linewidth ?  how
> to change it.. ?
>
> i am new to autocad and also mask design.
>
> Help !!!
>
> Regards,
> ysm
>
>
> PhD student.
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