|MIME types: image/vnd.dxf, image/x-dxf|
AutoCAD DXF format.
3D geometry format.
Commonly used for the exchange of CAD data.
Plain text ASCII or binary format.
DXF is an acronym derived from Drawing Exchange Format.
Stores a 3D object as a collection of line and polygon primitives and their properties.
Introduced in 1982.
|"Elements"||list of elements and options available in this file|
|"Rules"||full list of rules for each element and option|
|"Options"||list of rules for options, properties and settings|
|"Graphics3D"||DXF file represented as a Graphics3D object|
|"GraphicsComplex"||list of GraphicsComplex objects, each representing a geometry stored in the file|
|"LineData"||lines represented as lists of indices, referencing the vertices as given by the "VertexData" element|
|"LineObjects"||list of Line primitives given in absolute coordinates|
|"PointData"||point data in indexed form|
|"PointObjects"||list of Point primitives given in absolute coordinates|
|"PolygonData"||polygon data in indexed form|
|"PolygonObjects"||list of Polygon primitives given in absolute coordinates|
|"VertexColors"||colors associated with each vertex, given as a list of color primitives (Import only)|
|"VertexData"||list of vertex coordinates|
|"PlotRange"||specifies what range of coordinates to include in the graphics|
|"ViewPoint"||coordinates of the view point|
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