From: Jonathan Harris (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 08 2003 - 17:26:10 EET
Having no prior experience of waterjet/laser cutting machines I may have got
hold of totally the wrong end of the stick, but have you tried any of these
Dr Jonathan Harris
The University of Birmingham
The School of Dentistry
St Chad's Queensway
Tel: 0121 237 2917
Fax: 0121 237 2932
From: Jonathan Chertok [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 08 January 2003 00:50
Subject: Raster to Vector
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.
Universal Joint Design Build
Full Service Design and Construction
Jonathan Chertok. Principal
Austin Texas  407 9628
Residential + Commercial Buildings
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