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I have AutoCAD DXF files and I would like to partition them into separate DXF files along a predefined map sheet grid. Are there any tools out there - free or commercial - with what I could do this?


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Try Adobe illustrator Slice tool to do it, I think it is a good tool to separate the autocad file.


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