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I found a small diagram on a unique clock dial and used
logic trace 2018 to digitize the diagram and enlarge it
full size
for a large clock project .

The dial was cut by a plasma operator and the wood parts were cut with the cnc

I also cut he file on a CO2 laser to show that the file is easily used

by either machine


part1 took a small diagram of a clock dial and digitized it


part 2 this is the plasma cut of the dial and cnc machining
 

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I worked for a large investor owned electrical & gas utility company. Part of my responsibilities was to maintain the land base for our facility mapping system. I used digitizing fairly often to add new subdivisions and large industrial complexes to our system.

I can see where it would be an advantage for a lot of projects I would like to make. What is the cost for the system you use?
 

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Looking good, Stan. The waste from your frame might make another smaller one. ;)
 

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I worked for a large investor owned electrical & gas utility company. Part of my responsibilities was to maintain the land base for our facility mapping system. I used digitizing fairly often to add new subdivisions and large industrial complexes to our system.

I can see where it would be an advantage for a lot of projects I would like to make. What is the cost for the system you use?
I just looked at Logic Trace's website. It's a very nice system however beyond my price range for hobby use.
 

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the clock dial project

thanks everyone for the comments, I have been using the logic trace software since 2007 and I find all this fairly easy with good results
And the cut pout piece will make another clock as its 38 in dia
 

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