Xxray wrote:There are some threads concerning edge lit signs you may want to browse over, including this one
viewtopic.php?f=29&t=8645, which has a last supper acrylic design.
I think you are setting yourself a very hard task trying such an intricate design in acrylic so soon, it is a challenge doing it in wood.
I'd recommend starting off a bit simpler, and working your way up to something like the last supper.
the program seems to want to cut the complete planar surface, whether there is any feature there or not.
Mike-S wrote:Try putting a vector around the outside of the place you want to carve. Have that vector highlighted when you create the tool path. This will exclude the tool path from the outside flat areas.
BDM wrote:Have you removed the background (make color transparent) in your photo? Otherwise PVC will cut the entire rectangle instead of your subject. I haven't had any trouble doing what you're doing as long as I select my subject instead of the whole photo.
dangre wrote:Please take my advice with a grain of salt as i haven't done any lithopanes myself but, could you not reverse your image before importing into PVC. You could also reverse the axis in your controller software...
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