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    Default Share Your Files Part or Art

    Post any file you would share with us and just a brief description

    This is a clipper ship dxf

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    21 TIMES

    I don't have any fun type files, but I will look to be sure.



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    Here's a project you might be interested in.If I remember correctly it use a 1/16" bit on 1/8" MDF.

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    today files I will post 2 aday but would like to se more upload Jimini you eagle is a nice file. The file below are of fish also will remove files once a week to keep stored data down on my system

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    Here’s a skull I used to test my machine when I finally got it running.
    I used a 1/8 ball end.

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    Thank you for the skulls lakeside here’s a angel.

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    Dragonfly flew away.

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    Default Fire Exchanged For Firearms

    Flames went out

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    i will see your dragon fly, and raise you a wild boar!



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    Question What Boar???

    Quote Originally Posted by vacpress
    i will see your dragon fly, and raise you a wild boar!
    You may see the fly, but where is the boar?

    Maybe he's out looking for a "wild sow"?

    Nice fire you started here with this thread Lakeside. (The flames look good also!)



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    hello,

    I am new to this site and had a question about these files. are these created with a cad software or is there a web site i could go to find more. Right now I am trying to use a raster to vector software so i can create a cad model of it. then i take my model file and laser cut it out of steel. But some times the the conversion doesn't always work out. have tried lots of different raster to vector softwares and haven't found one i like the best yet. Any info would be greatly appreciated.



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    Ok. So, I havent really got a wild boar DXF... I am a wild bore..


    Get it?



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