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    Talking Laser DXF files

    Hi, We have recently purchased a Laser cutter. I have managed to get my hands on a few DXF files and have been amazed by what this machine can do. If any body knows where i could get some good files or would wish to share there files drop me a line and we can sort somthing out.
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    Hey Morwim,
    Would you share a pic of the 3d fly. I scaled it up to 18" wings. Now I don't have a clue how it goes together.
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    Morwim,

    What laser system did you aquire. Let me know what type of files you are looking for, I would be glad to help.



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    looking for a picture of corpohumano.dxf which is a prehistoric skeleton of a man. I have the dxf and have lasercut it but now I can't find the picture. can anyone help



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    thanks for that but that was not the right skeleton this is a more hunch over pre historic.
    I don't suppose you have the dxf for the picture you gave us the link to



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    Talking laser files

    hey whats up ? I run 2 8000w amada lasers I have many programs set to run.I also have many DXF files that i can't figure out how get them to g-code format without cad. Can any one help I would be very glad to share my collection



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    What CAM system do you use to generate code for your lasers or do you write all your programs by hand?

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    Question laser programs

    Yes I do write most by hand. Many of my programs were just in a different G-code format when i got them and i just had to format them for my machine. The I.T guy has changed a few DXF files for me but only when he want's something.I have to edit most of my programs at work or home in windows note pad. I run 2 amada FO3015NT'S with AMNC_F system and fujitsu touch screen controllers. I have looked all over for software I can use at home but I fear I"m out of luck or I don't know what I'm looking for.



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    I am guessing your looking for something free. If not you may find some CAM software that are less than $500.00 that will work just dig around the CNC Zone to get the names. I use WE-CIM from Wittlock Engineering that would work, however, it is a little more expensive. http://www.wittlockeng.com/

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