http://www.dclibrary.org/labs/fablab To sign up for a Laser Cutter orientation class, click above link.     Laser Cutter Basics for engraving or cutting http://www.instructables.com/id/Laser-Cutting-Basics/ Creating a vector file for cutting     Vector images- Constructed using mathematical formulas rather than individual colored blocks, vector file types such as EPS,and  AI  are excellent for creating graphics that frequently require resizing. Your company logo and brand graphics should be created as a vector and saved as a master file so you can use it with smaller items such as your business card and letterhead, but also on larger surfaces, such as your corporate jet. When necessary, always create a JPG or PNG for use on the web from this master vector file. Just be sure to save the new raster file in the exact dimensions needed. Using a Raster file for Engraving Raster images use many colored pixels or individual building blocks to form a complete image. JPEGs, GIFs and PNGs are common raster image types. Almost all of the photos found on the web and in print catalogs are raster images. http://boxdesigner.connectionlab.org/      

http://www.dclibrary.org/labs/fablab

To sign up for a Laser Cutter orientation class, click above link.  

 

Laser Cutter Basics for engraving or cutting
http://www.instructables.com/id/Laser-Cutting-Basics/

Creating a vector file for cutting
    Vector images- Constructed using mathematical formulas rather than individual colored blocks, vector file types such as EPS,and  AI  are excellent for creating graphics that frequently require resizing. Your company logo and brand graphics should be created as a vector and saved as a master file so you can use it with smaller items such as your business card and letterhead, but also on larger surfaces, such as your corporate jet. When necessary, always create a JPG or PNG for use on the web from this master vector file. Just be sure to save the new raster file in the exact dimensions needed.
Using a Raster file for Engraving
Raster images use many colored pixels or individual building blocks to form a complete image. JPEGs, GIFs and PNGs are common raster image types. Almost all of the photos found on the web and in print catalogs are raster images.


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