Animal Deer Family Scene

Discussion in 'CNC Art File Sharing' started by SignTorch, 2/12/14.

  1. SignTorch

    SignTorch Artist

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    I threw this together using design elements in the SignTorch Super Bundle in less than 30 minutes

    24" wide .05" kerf clearance
    deer_family_scenef. signtorch.com_store_photo_metal_gates_outdoor_deer_scene_stair_railing_panel.
     

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  2. East German

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    Its Beautiful work

    Thanks

    Regards Peter
     
  3. grindergary

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    Beautiful work,

    Thanks

    Gary
     
  4. sblackburn

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    Sweet work!!
    Thanks,

    steve,
     
  5. Just John

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    Really nice Gary, So creative
    John
     
  6. Paulo

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    Beautiful. Thankyou!
     
  7. simon

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    I wonder if you could help me , I am new to all this and would really love to run this on my machine but after down loading there is a error code for the arc in one of the line codes, I have no idea how I would rectify this can you help?
     
  8. SignTorch

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    not without more information, like what software, what's the error, is the error in g-code, ever seen the error before, does other dxf files from here work?


    I've got a thing, it has an error, can you help me fix that?
     
  9. SignTorch

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    please reply here on the forum rather than replying to the forum email notice - email gets lost in the list pretty quick over here -


    yes, posting the gcode would be a start - I forget - does torchmate use mach3 or not -

    and the error and error-code and line number remains a mystery....
     
  10. simon

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    got it to work , now here is my question , in torchmate , how would I go about re sizing it to say 40" wide , I would like to do the samewith my stairs, but the ideal one is 40"
     
  11. SignTorch

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    I'm not 100% familiar with torchmate software....

    see Video Tutorials | Torchmate

    this video starts out with scaling using drag-handles and then by using the position/size/scale helpers (which is how scaling works in lots of drawing software)

     
  12. Ahmed

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    Well thought Scene.
     
  13. shihdo

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    I did something similar for my decking, bits of several dxf's and converted jpgs or pdf's to get my panels, I was still experimenting at the time with auto cad and associated software. Great feeling when it all came together.
    was also unfamiliar with lasering perspex (10 year lasering metal) so this was a great project for myself and work.

    1622536_10204956302654465_9118878346168786719_o. 10450292_10204665270938854_1526845014470260918_o. 10557623_10204952308234607_392834978860421189_o.
     
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  14. JD1957

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    very nice Gary thanks
     
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  16. msyniuk

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    How did you get it to work my error code is #1004 I believe, and I am a very new user
    thanks
     
  17. msyniuk

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    would you share your dxf files?
     
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  18. n0kjf

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    Awesome work. It looks fantastic.
     
  19. Penny Roshto

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    Thanks, looking forward to using the deer
     
  20. Belinda Humbert

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    Thank you!
     
  21. shihdo

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    couple seem to big but tried to upload
     

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  22. Ron Ballard

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    very nice piece, hope to cut one of these as soon as Laser is up & running. We are cutting with plasma at this time, tempted to go ahead now, but should probably wait on the Laser..
    Thanks for sharing...
     
  23. Johnny aycock

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    tried burning this one, used .063 on kerf......1/4" material 135 imp speed.............It burned off the deers legs...
     
  24. _NKT_

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    Brilliant scene, I just adapted it into a window grill.
    Shed grill.
     
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  25. Attila

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    Beautiful work. thank you very much.... :thumbsup:
     

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