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  1. #11
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    Hello rgant05,
    I attached a .jpg along for you to see just in case it is not the correct file.
    Bill.
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    Computers-Yuk....I should junk it...It never does what it should do...only what I tell it.

  2. #12

    Default Dorr Embelishment scan

    Here is a ptn file of a door emblishment I scanned in (took over 8 hours ). The size is 12.24" x 7.68"

    Please let me know if you carve any of these if they are coming out okay. So far I've just been scanning stuff.

    Thanks ~Mike
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  3. Default fancy welcome

    This may be handy for some applications
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  4. #14
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    Default Harly

    Here's a Harley logo

    Got it from www.brandsoftheworld.com
    in EPS format, brought it in to CorelDRAW made it larger by stretching, copied, then imported in to CW. Took all of a couple minutes.

    PS, BOTW is in a different country (Russia, I believe) that doesn't follow the US's copywrite laws. So just because you get a logo, doesn't mean you have the right to use it. I personally don't worry about making gifts, but if you make a bunch and sell, you may eventually get in a little trouble.

    Shaddy
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    Default John Deer

    Here's a John Deere logo, might be of interest to some

    Shaddy
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    here's my final product of a chaos symbol i made with the programs DrawPlus8 and the trial version of photoshop.
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    if you don't expect too much from me, you won't be let down.

  7. #17

    Default Carpenter Intrasia scan

    This is a scan of a goofy carpenter guy I made a few years ago.

    I had a bit of trouble while scanning this the hot glue let go at the top. In the pattern editor I tried to clean it up a little, that would be something I'd like to add to the wish list, a clone tool. If anyone can clean this up better please repost it.

    Took 16 hours to scan and 20minutes to download from the card.

    Thanks ~Mike
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  8. #18
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    Default Light house

    May have some interest scaned old light house carving
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    Default Picture frame scan

    This is a scan of a picture frame. I didn't scan the back so it would need to be done either with the carvewright or by hand to fit the glass into a rabbit. The original scan size was 1.05" deep 6.94" x 8.41"

    How would a person cut this out of say a 1" thick board, would I need a backer to keep the machine from cutting into itself?

    Please let me know if these are working out, I thought I'd get all my scanning out of the way before I started using the machine to carve.



    Thanks ~Mike
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    This is a scan of a mermaid I carved ( with dremil tools) into a cabinet drawer front. The scan came out a bit odd, has some lines in the face area that aren't in the carving. I'm attaching a picture of the original carving as well, it's on red oak. Scan size is 4.73" x 15.29" x .588"

    If anyone carves this with the machine, would you mind posting a picture of the carving in the gallery and let me know if the lines cause any problems?

    Thanks ~Mike
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