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How do you convert a .DXF file to an .OBJ or .STL file?

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Hello all, I have several 3D .dxf files that I need to convert into a 3D .obj or .stl file for 3D printing purposes.  I thought I remembered seeing a way to convert a DXF to an OBJ file but now I cannot find anything to do it?  I am a novice at this stuff and hope that all my work to create these DXF files will not be wasted.  Thanks for your help.  By the way, I would be able to use an obj, stl or thing file.  Any of the 3 would work.  Thanks!
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