Help Making A Logo In to a ready to cut sign

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wamplerind
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Help Making A Logo In to a ready to cut sign

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Hello,

Is there anyone that would have the time to make a logo into a cut file for me? I have a back log of jobs and this customer needs it by the 20th of june and i do not have the time to work on it. please let me know. attached is the file.

thanks
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Re: Help Making A Logo In to a ready to cut sign

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Here is a tracing from Inkscape in 2 file formats, My way of looking at this is a 2 layer sign. You would cut all the parts and attach them to a backer.
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Re: Help Making A Logo In to a ready to cut sign

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Thanks! I was wondering if it could be a single layer and just attach all of the letters and outside to the main part
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Re: Help Making A Logo In to a ready to cut sign

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wamplerind wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2024 10:11 am Thanks! I was wondering if it could be a single layer and just attach all of the letters and outside to the main part
Yes - it could be a single layer with the letters and outside attached to the main part (backer). This means you would be cutting the mountains, dog, and grass into the backer and then attaching the letters and outer border. If you do this, you will need to do some creative editing/bridging to keep some of the parts
(islands) from falling out when cut.

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Re: Help Making A Logo In to a ready to cut sign

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acourtjester wrote: Thu Jun 13, 2024 8:51 am Here is a tracing from Inkscape in 2 file formats, My way of looking at this is a 2 layer sign. You would cut all the parts and attach them to a backer.

logo sign.dxf
logo sign.svg
Very nicely done Tom!!
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