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    Could someone give a hand in cleaning up this picture? Would like the web address taken out & ph number as well.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    thanks.
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    The picture is too small to do anything with. You need a larger, high resolution one.
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    The image is too small for creating a clean pattern. A clean, high res image is the best option to port to the CW.

    But the logo itself is simple enough it would not take much to recreate. All it is is three circles and some font.

    Give it a try at recreating. There are many ways to tackle it. It shouldn't be too hard.

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    Here is the basic logo..
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    Thanks to all that had input, That is all that there is for an image, I tried to make a pattern as was suggested couple of times, could not get a smooth clean pattern to carve. Need more practice I guess but under the gun for a sign. Thanks Floyd for the image I will try to import it tonight and see how it looks.
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    Mike
    You want this raster or centerline?
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    Centerline would be better

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekimnamyr View Post
    Centerline would be better
    Here is the DXF file
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    Use the arc tool to make the C's. Arial looks like the font. Use BOLD for first letters. Make each word a separate element, but copy and paste to keep consistent size.

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    Here a different version. See if it works for you.

    I built it in 3d so for fun did a quick render.
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