If your question is will they cut on the cnc, Ronnie, the answer yes they will.
Man I didn't realize you were so far away.Wow... if I could only get this drive to read. It has all
my stuff on it when I was on a bunch of microstock sites
10 years ago. The drive fell and ended up useless, still have it tho.
I managed to have some thing from it.
Anyways, see if the pinstripes below will cut. Sucks I dont have
my original files before I welded the objects. They were meant for vinyl
See attached PDF - yes they're vectors
Give it cut and post what it looks like.
I have alot of goodies coming up once I find
Lol... I dont think so.N. Korea?! Really???
Tom the tracing programs usually have a 'threshold' adjustment for black and white. That adjusts what it sees as black and what isn't. Often a trace can require some fiddling, depending on what you're tracing. Inkscape is free so you can try it out without losing anything except for time. There are some youtube videos and other tutorials on the web.CNC makes interesting cuts, but I rarely see anything completely original--usually just combinations of commercial images. Some of the bas relief is pretty interesting. So, question: Can you make a drawing, scan it in and cut it? What kind of drawing? Say, ink line drawing? Does shading simply drop out, or do you have to clean it out in a photo editing program?