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Need a favor to convert a .PLT file

Discussion in 'Gerber' started by MariahSN021, Jun 20, 2013.

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  1. MariahSN021

    MariahSN021 New Member

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    I need some help converting an old Composer .PLT file to an .AI or .PDF file. We had a hard drive crash and lost all of our newer files, including the logo for a 12+ year customer. If anyone can help me out, please email.

    Mariah@signsnowjax.com

    Thanks!
     
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    MariahSN021 New Member

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    Thanks so much!

    Really appreciate the help, Pat!
     
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    elliott New Member

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    Inkscape should do the job

    I don't have a .plt file to test it but Inkscape has that file type listed as one of the types it will open. Inkscape is open source software you can Google it.
     
  4. Malkin

    Malkin Very Active Member

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    Welcome to the forum!

    It would be super handy for some people if that worked. I just checked and Inkscape lists the PLT format as "HP Graphics Language Plot File" which is apparently a different thing and only gave me error messages on every Gerber PLT file I tried to throw at it.
     
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