DXF file format
DXF was first introduced for AutoCAD. It was 1982 when it was created. This format is usually applicable for interchanging graphics inputs between SAPR programs. It has access to vector graphics in binary or ASCII. Another one known as DWG format, plays the same role but is not open software. On the other hand, as DXF is free software, it is a good option over DWG.
The DXF files are arranged so that it’s manageable to open the file as a regular text editor file, which is significantly beneficial. DXF files are built under a standard format that has several parts. One of the parts is the header, which carries detailed information about the file, classes, boxes, entities, and thumbnail picture. The data associated with the DXT file is called tagged data, which determines how the data would be interpreted.