I hired a guy to do a layout for a printed circuit board design and I'm trying to get my graphic printed on the board's silkscreen. The designer tells me that he needs in in .dxf format.
I found a way to convert my .png graphic to a .dxf format but when he puts it on the board, it doesn't fill in (the graphic is just some simple stylized lettering). I was using a cheap converter which I noticed that some of the shapes did not close completely. I'm trying adobe illustrator now, which does a much better job of converting my image to the vector format and all of the shapes appear to be fully closed now. However, I see no property or obvious way to fill it in (mind you, I'm a complete newbie at this).
Is he going to be able to fill in the lettering on the PCB layout now that I have a vector file with closed shapes? If not, how can I get it to fill in?