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    Could someone please explain to me how to take an import and turn it into a 2d carving using a 1/8" cutting bit. I have never done this but I'm sure there must be a way such as carving a paw print. I don't like the way it "feathers" using a 1/16" carving bit and it is impossible when carving into a veneer.

    Thank you,
    Dave Hebert

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    Dec 2014
    Kaukauna, Wisconsin


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    Not sure what your asking,but I will give it a shot. Click file, import, import image file, from file, and go to your image location,double click image, next, adjust if needed, finish

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    If you want to cut out the paw prints, import the image and after making it a pattern and placing on the board, out line the pattern and delete the pattern. When importing the image it should not have a background on it. In the import window use the lowering arrow to remove it.
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    Thank you, that helped

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