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    Football team logos

    Is there anywhere online that I could get logos of NFL teams in a dxf or mastercam format? I want to make some Christmas gifts this year containng the logos and don't really want to painstakingly trace all of the logos in AutoCAD. Any ideas would be great, thanks in advance!

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    give me the pix and i will be happy to do it



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    You seem so eager to do it, is there an easy way of doing it (ie jpg to dxf transfer software)?



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    Gerry

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    Anyone have any luck with this?



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    You can find sports logos here http://www.sportslogos.net/index.php

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    Free DXF Files - myDXF.blogspot.com


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    It's very easy to convert an image (jpeg, gif, bitmap) into a DXF file:

    1) First get Inkscape

    2) Install my plugin for Inkscape

    3) Watch the videos on my Inkscape blog, to learn how to convert an image into a dxf file that you can use in most any CAD programs.

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    Again, it's very easy to do after you convert a couple images into a dxf.

    And it's free (Inkscape, my dxfR12 plugin)


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    Free DXF Files - myDXF.blogspot.com


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    Adobe illustrators 'curve to vector' function, save as '.dwg' or '.dxf'
    A bit shaky, but works not bad.



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