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    Help with printing

    So I keep getting dwg files that i have to print on rockhopper 62 eco solvent printer,(MUTOH).
    So the problem is,I cant print in dwg,the program im using to "add job" and to determine printing properties does not read it.
    I print from PDF.
    What i have to print is some national road projects,traffic signs etc etc...
    Now my boss told me I have to find a way to print that dwg,any answer is appreciated.

    Lx

    Im no quite sure i posted in right section,if not,move it to a place where it belongs,ty.

    ed: Just wanted to add that the program I use is called photoPRINT SE 5.0v3

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    Use Adobe TrueView I think it's called, just run it open the file and print. That's all the people do where I work at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FibonKylix
    Use Adobe TrueView I think it's called, just run it open the file and print. That's all the people do where I work at.
    I can print to a regular printer from autocad aswell.
    What I need is something different for this digital printer (printing on paper roll 135cm height ),so what I did with the program you gave is exporeted dwf to pdf but in exportation the file lost 90% of words and the drawings are mostly black with black lines.
    The file has 20000 cm with 20000 cm in pdf,but thats not the real size.
    This is nearly impossible to do from my pov.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FibonKylix
    Use Adobe TrueView I think it's called, just run it open the file and print. That's all the people do where I work at.
    Ty!! The program actually found that printer which is a miracle :P
    Im still strugling with dimensions but I did manage to start the print!

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