New Cat

Discussion in 'CNC Art File Sharing' started by J3yk, 5/14/15.

  1. J3yk

    J3yk member

    Roles:
    • Plasma CuttingPlasma Cutting, Designer / ArtistDesigner / Artist
    Brands:
    • AutoCADAutoCAD, Adobe IllustratorAdobe Illustrator, InkScapeInkScape, Adobe PhotoshopAdobe Photoshop
    Location:
    West Indies
    for the cats lovers
    813-1404071374-3b845f7a6f141bd9f5c50fe5bcb46a32.
     

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  2. BRITTANY

    BRITTANY member

    Nice work!
     
  3. Eric McKown

    Eric McKown registered

    very nice
     
  4. Barry

    Barry registered

    Roles:
    • Waterjet CuttingWaterjet Cutting
    Brands:
    • Adobe IllustratorAdobe Illustrator
    Awesome thanks!
     
  5. ron cochran

    ron cochran registered

    nice one thanks
     
  6. Barry

    Barry registered

    Roles:
    • Waterjet CuttingWaterjet Cutting
    Brands:
    • Adobe IllustratorAdobe Illustrator
    We do waterjet cutting and Laser cutting. daytonwaterjet.com What is the best way to get from a Ai file to dxf without all the B-slines. Our equiptment software
    does not like these bezier curves ay all. I create illustrator art and would like to cut it but the cad/cam software changes the art so bad it's not worth cutting.
     
  7. tushar

    tushar registered

    awsome
     
  8. East German

    East German member

    Roles:
    • Plasma CuttingPlasma Cutting, Hobby / PersonalHobby / Personal
    Brands:
    • Mach3Mach3, V-Carve ProV-Carve Pro
    Thanks fore the Cat :thumbsup:

    Cut it for A Door


    Regards Peter
     

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  9. Pimp66

    Pimp66 member

    Pretty awesome!!!
     
  10. Toast

    Toast registered

    My optimization software thinks there are open contours due to all the little angled lines, any chance there is a DXF out there with smooth lines. Or does anyone have a solution to my problem?
     

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