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Art to CNC Video Series Video 1 This is the CNC Video series on how to take an image to a CNC File. This process is one that many CNC Users want to know, but there is not much info on. Here is your chance to get the inside scoop. For more information, please go to: http://www.cncinformation.com In this video, we go over the Overall CNC Project and talk about what we are going to do. We discuss the CNC Software we will use and in what order. Before you begin a project, it is best to review the overall process.
28 Mar 2009
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Art to CNC Video Series Video 2 This is the CNC Video series on how to take an image to a CNC File. This process is one that many CNC Users want to know, but there is not much info on. Here is your chance to get the inside scoop. For more information, please go to: http://www.cncinformation.com In this video, we go over Images. There are a number of different things we need to know about images before we begin converting them into CNC Files. There are really two different types of images. Raster and Vector images. Raster images are made with Pixels and Vector images are drawn using math equations. We are interested in Vector art when we use images for CNC. This video talk about how to select images for CNC and some places you can get them from.
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Art to CNC Video Series Video 5: This is the CNC Video series on how to take an image to a CNC File. This process is one that many CNC Users want to know, but there is not much info on. Here is your chance to get the inside scoop. For more information, please go to: http://www.cncinformation.com Here we are in Photoshop making a stencil of our CNC Image. We go through a number of different steps to simplify our Raster Image. We are really turning it into a logo of sorts. We want to simplify it, but keep enough detail so others will know what it is.
19 Oct 2008
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Art to CNC Video Series Video 4: This is the CNC Video series on how to take an image to a CNC File. This process is one that many CNC Users want to know, but there is not much info on. Here is your chance to get the inside scoop. For more information, please go to: http://www.cncinformation.com Here we go over Adobe Photoshop basics. We use Photoshop to process Raster Images. We can resize, change the color, paint on the image, etc. These functions can also be performed by other Software Packages as well.
17 Nov 2008
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CNC to Art Video Series Video 6: This is the CNC Video series on how to take an image to a CNC File. This process is one that many CNC Users want to know, but there is not much info on. Here is your chance to get the inside scoop. For more information, please go to: http://www.cncinformation.com Here we go over Adobe Illustrator Live Trace. Live Trace is a tool that quickly and easily converts our Raster Image to a Vector Image. For CNC Art, we need Vector Images. We also go over a number of different presets that are available in Live Trace. Most of these we don't use, but they are available for other projects. Converting images to CNC is hard. Live Trace makes that conversion very easy.
8 Oct 2008
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CNC to Art Video Series Video 7: This is the CNC Video series on how to take an image to a CNC File. This process is one that many CNC Users want to know, but there is not much info on. Here is your chance to get the inside scoop. For more information, please go to: http://www.cncinformation.com We have converted our image and now it is time to clean it up and export it out. First we take a look at the image for defects. We find a few and use the Illustrator weld tool to get rid of them. Next we export the image out as a dxf file. DXF Files are common currency between CAD Programs. When we export, we go with the oldest type of DXF File available. I do it that way because I find it makes a simpler file that virtually any CAD Program can open and use. Next we go into our CAD Program to resize our file to the proper dimensions.
15 Apr 2009
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CNC to Art Video Series Video 8: This is the CNC Video series on how to take an image to a CNC File. This process is one that many CNC Users want to know, but there is not much info on. Here is your chance to get the inside scoop. For more information, please go to: http://www.cncinformation.com We take our image and go over to our CAD Software Program. I happen to use Rhino 3D, so that is what we will use for this CNC Video. Inside of Rhino 3D, we make a rectangle of our stock. Next, we place the image inside of this rectangle. Finally we resize the CNC Image so it fits properly inside of our stock rectangle. Rhino has some other great tools, like a line simplification tool. We use that to simplify the image and cut down on the size of our G-Code File later. At the end of the CNC Video, we export our resized image as a DXF File. Again we choose one of the oldest file formats available. Mainly because it will work with many different CAD Software Packages.
4 Dec 2008
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We will do anything for our members, and we are truly here for the world. Check this week out on the inside scoop!
19 Mar 2008
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CNC to Art Video Series Video 10: This is the CNC Video series on how to take an image to a CNC File. This process is one that many CNC Users want to know, but there is not much info on. Here is your chance to get the inside scoop. For more information, please go to: http://www.cncinformation.com Before we head out to the shop and begin CNC Plasma Cutting, we will check out our G-Code program in Mach 3. This will give us some confidence when running our CNC Program. Mach 3 is a great CNC Control Program. It takes our G-Code and converts it into Signal for the CNC Controller. The CNC Controller then sends the signals out to either Servo Motors or Stepper Motors. These motors then move the axis to create motion.
15 Jun 2009
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Your peers tell you the inside scoop: An unscripted visit with 4 new PwC associates to find out what their career and experience has been like at the firm.
9 Apr 2008
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Lee Capital Builders - Pacific Palisades Real Estate. John Lee with the inside scoop on the first LEED home in Pacific Palisades, California. Listed by Pence Hathorn Silver PHS Realty
3 Sep 2008
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Looking for auto insurance ratings? Here's the inside scoop on how find the best companies with the best rates.
3 May 2008
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For the 12th year in a row, the experts at Condé Nast Traveler went undercover to get the inside scoop on the hottest new hotels, restaurants, spas and clubs around the globe – including the 36 hottest hotels for under $250.
7 May 2008
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9 May 2008
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Get the Inside Scoop On In-N-Out Burger & Learn About The Secret Menu Right Here On GrubbersDelight.com
15 May 2008
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Travel is a great way to bring family and friends together and what better way to do that than in Orlando, simply because there is so much to do. Whether you want to visit our theme parks, enjoy the outdoors, play golf or relax in a spa, Orlando has something for everyone. And what’s better, you can go to VisitOrlando.com and you will find a free trip planner and the inside scoop on all the best deals on hotels and restaurants. So what are you waiting for? Book a family vacation to Orlando today!
3 Jun 2008
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