From: Jonathan Chertok (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 08 2003 - 02:50:12 EET
I have a drawing that I wish to get into a waterjet or laser cutting machine to get an intricate logo cut out of metal.
The original is a linotype (I believe) reproduced on paper, and I also have a continuous tone negative photographically shot of this original.
Can someone advise me as to whether there is software that can get me a vector-based dxf (or similar) with a complicated logo (shareware?!) and whether there is a photo-based etching process that I might look into as being cost effective?
Or do I need to set down and try and trace it?
Thanks for the help.
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