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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-01-2019, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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taking a picture of a blue herron and a business card logo and creating a large metal sign

tracing out full sized paper diagrams to create digitized files( *.dxf files )for a CO2 laser
and a final plasma cut out of steel about 36 in x 72 inches

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Beautiful work!

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Beautiful work alright Expert quality.
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Very nice thanks for sharing the process. Your end result looks Awesome!

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that turned out great. is that cut out of aluminum? Is it done with plasma cutter?

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Very, very nice sign, Stan... Turned out great.

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the sign is steel not aluminum and it was a good large project
The heron was detailed to draw had to really keep focused and not trace twice
I ran the file on the laser first in 1/4 plywood and made some changes to the file (node edit) some spots it was just too detailed
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