ok so for some reason i cannot upload what i have.
the pic is on the front page of this website.
I have been trying to get this picture into a dxf format and clean it up so it looks like the original.
I have spent many hours on it but cant get it to my liking,
could someone here help me?
sorry if its in the wrong spot fourm
ok i have permission to use the logo as I am in the club and on the executive.
i want to make some plaques with the logo engraved in .
my cad/cam will impert the file ,but i want it clearer in vector format, So that when i engrave it it dosnt just look like lines.
does that make sence?
so with permission can someone help?
You might want to take a look at Inkscape and see if it will do what you want. It's free, and available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Web search "image to vector converters" and see what you can find also.
Start by contacting your web site designer. Ask for the original logo file, not the web file. Not only will you have a much better quality file to work with, but it just may be a vector file.
I would be amazed if the original of that is a vector file. It looks scanned.
The web image is too small to be useful for this - if you can get a higher resolution image I'd be happy to help you out.
this is the file we have.
what can you do for me?
ii wanted to be able to put it on a plaque about 6 in wide by 8in long.
this pic was going to go at the top ,with some lettering at the bottom.
thanks for any help
Now that, is an image that can easily converted into a dxf. Let me fiddle with it later tonight.
were you able to fix it up for me??
I love your tag line. When I was an Electronics Technician in the Coast Guard I had a $100,000 radar system designed to protect a 15 cent fuse. Weird what electrical engineers will come up with.
If you're still havin problems with the conversion, post this on the "share your art files" thread in this forum. There's a few guys there that are extremely good at this type of thing. Switcher is the best I've seen yet.
hope that helps ya,