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Why Centerline?

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1 Why Centerline? on Mon Jul 20, 2009 3:46 pm

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When I purchased my first machine Centerline didn't even exsist. Thank God it does now.

This piece of software was the number one timesaver that LHR has introduced for this machine. It takes your designs and turns them into a vector rather than a raster and takes considerably less time to carve. Plus the added benefit of cutting the letters so much gentler.

Doug Haffner has even come up with a way to import your designs into a font to - Trick - the machine into thinking it's carving a letter.

http://carvewright.com/downloads/tips/CarveWrightTips&Tricks_May09.pdf

Be sure to check that out. Lots of cool info in that PDF.

Centerline Sign:



Carve time was about an hour and most of that was dedicted to the "Raster" of the grapes.


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