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Marcel Thibodeau
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help with some files

Postby Marcel Thibodeau » Fri, Jan 22 2016, 2:09PM

I got an email today regarding making some custom parts on my CS43,
It was pretty vague but I think they want them cut from 3/4 plywood. They were kind enough to send me a dwg and dxf but of course they didn't work because there was no thickness.
Can some one take a look at these and help me out. I don't have to software to fix these. I get a few things like this a year come across my desk, usually letter work. I'd appreciate some guidance on some entry level software that can process these files with out too much of a learning curve.

Thanks guys

-Mar

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Re: help with some files

Postby Will Williamson » Fri, Jan 22 2016, 3:14PM

You can purchase V Carve Pro from vectric some time later you can up grade to Aspire. I use it for everything.
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Re: help with some files

Postby Scott Marshburn » Fri, Jan 22 2016, 4:35PM

Hi Marcel.
Can you post the files? If not you can PM them to me. I work with stuff like this often and may be able to help.
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