Waterjet cutting requires some variation of a vector file.
Our most common (and preferred) file format is a .DXF file, although we do accept AI, EPS, and DWG files. Most graphic design and CAD software does allow you to export your designs into one of these vector-based formats.
DXF, also known as Drawing Interchange Format or Drawing Exchange Format is a CAD data file. It was originally developed to accurately recreate data in the AutoCAD native file format. DXF files are extremely useful for complex drawings that are often 2D or 3D. These files are what makes collaboration on drawings and designs possible. Unlike most files this format is fully scalable and will retain its quality.
If you are not able to obtain a vector based drawing please contact us.