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gerber file generate proteus

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hi, how can i generate gerber file in proteus? when i generate it i have a .txt format, please help

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I assume you mean ARES right?

From the menu go to output -> Gerber/Excellon output , it will ask you to do a pre-production check , if everything is OK then go to the next screen select the options you want and press ok to generate the files.
You can also do the pre-production check from the output -> pre-production check menu to verify it is ok instead of using Gerber/Excellon output each time

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but when i generate the file i obtain a .txt file, but i think that i should obtain a .gbr file no ?
 
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You don't get one file, you get many and they are gerber files they just use a txt extension (you can also use the option to zip the file in a package).
Each program uses its own extensions and also some manufacturers define the extensions they want for each file, you can just rename the extension, the content is correct.

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