A dxf output would support all drill block and scoring saw functions. Weeke supplies the dxf post so it does all the leg work and formats the MPR properly. Aspire would simply have to export all tool paths and functions (drills) as geometry with layer names. That geometry with layer names is in itself a complete WoodWop program that requires no manipulation. Yes, It's a 2 step process in that after exporting a dxf out of Aspire you would import it into WoodWop (File>Import>DXF), but after importing it, it is done and it's a full functioning MPR complete with tool change, drill block, and scoring saw functionality. The proper tool number and compensation would already be applied to the tool, the proper drill size and depth (and mode) would already be applied to the drills.
I use this method daily to run our Weeke from AutoCad (for 2D) and Rhino (for 3D) and it's seamless and 100% reliable.
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