Text to DXF

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Text to DXF

Postby MarcoKnjaschewitsch » Wed, Jan 16 2013, 3:15PM

So another route...Trying the DXF but i have a program Called DeskEngrave that was free as a simple text thing but i cant set my height on material some reason as a DXF - Anyone have any idea what setup would work or if this wont work for the Thermwoods? Heres the link to it if anyone has a second http://www.deskam.com/ it seems like it would be a super simple application for letters in DXF format?>??

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Re: Text to DXF

Postby Scott Marshburn » Thu, Jan 17 2013, 6:53AM

Macro you have to creat layers for the tool paths.For example if you want to cut the letter I in a .75 thick material you would name the layer Outline Z0p75.See the control manual.http://order.ecabinetsystems.com/update ... Manual.htm.
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