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Export AI-file to DXF with clipping masks

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I have created a drawing in Adobe Illustrator whereas objects (lines, polygons) are clipped with clipping masks. I now have to transfer this drawing to DXF-format. However, the clipping gets lost by this process (see figure). Is there an option to get the objects clipped in DXF-format as intended in Adobe Illustrator?

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Export AI-file to DXF with clipping masks

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I have created a drawing in Adobe Illustrator whereas objects (lines, polygons) are clipped with clipping masks. I now have to transfer this drawing to DXF-format. However, the clipping gets lost by this process (see figure). Is there an option to get the objects clipped in DXF-format as intended in Adobe Illustrator?

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Hi. What about removing the extras areas using pathfinder operations? https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/using/combining-objects.html#pathfinder

 

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