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It is most probably the 'Version' of DXF you saved in. Try an earlier version.
I copied your file and tried to open it in Librecad. Nothing was shown. So I opened it in NanoCad. Everything shows....
Sorry Rick I should have read your question properly.
The files you refer to are in the link below. They need to be 'Unzipped/Extracted' to find the files you want for the tutorial.
I will look at the file for you.
IDF and Ecad files are from PCB design software. You do not need them in DSM.
Although you can 'Import' them from Designspark PCB, from the 'Insert' tab.
https://designspark.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/211943145-What-are-the-import-and-export-formats-available-The ODROID-C2 has been my staple since it was announced in March 2016 and is still going strong, I have 2 live.
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