International Sign Association 2006

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International Sign Association 2006

Postby Tony Mac » Mon Apr 03, 2006 6:46 pm

The Vectric Team are exhibiting at the ISA 2006 sign show in Orlando, Florida from 6th - 8th April.

If any of you live in the region or are on holiday, it would be great to see you at the show.

Our Booth No. is 3756

We will be collecting e-mail and answering support calls etc.

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Postby Tony Mac » Wed Apr 26, 2006 2:40 pm

Quick update on the ISA Show

We had a busy show and met some customers (new and old) for the first time, which was really nice and had a great time in Orlando.

A big Thank you to everyone who helped out on the booth and also to those who shipped samples etc. down.


Here are a couple of photo's of our booth along some of the great pieces cut by you guys.

Thanks again,

The Vectric Team
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Postby RoutnAbout » Wed Apr 26, 2006 3:12 pm

Tony, Brian,

Your booth looks great, and the display piesces are presented well, a Real Eye grabber. And looks like it was in a great location. Right on the corner, where you had traffic from two directions. For those of us that wasn't able to make it down to the show, In the ISA_stand_1 photo, is that You on the right side and Brian on the left side at the front of the booth? Neither of you look like your VCarve Wizard files.

Looks good guys, I hope your booth did really well and you reap great rewards.


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Postby Tony Mac » Wed Apr 26, 2006 3:52 pm

Hi Don,

I guess we should have a Team Shot although the only one that's close to being suitable is this one of us waiting for a beer.

From left to right - James Booth (Vector Art 3D), Customer Jay from Michigan, Tony and Brian.

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Postby RoutnAbout » Wed Apr 26, 2006 4:52 pm

Thanks Tony,

Its good to put faces to those avatars..... I see that your still wearing the glasses, while Brian took those long large ears off.

Again the booth looks good..

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Postby dighsx » Wed Apr 26, 2006 5:08 pm

That customer from Michigan sure is a good looking guy.
Take it easy.
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Postby RoutnAbout » Wed Apr 26, 2006 6:52 pm

My aplogies Jay, I didn't recongnise you with your Harmonica in your shirt pocket.

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Postby dighsx » Wed Apr 26, 2006 7:01 pm

Nuts, I wish I had thought to take a harmonica with me. I could have played at the booth to attract attention. Well maybe that's not the kind of attention they’d want.

Blues music and CNC, is there any better combination?
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Postby js11110 » Wed Apr 26, 2006 11:16 pm

Tony-I have a question. In the very first picture was the horse carved using Vcarve? How about the ship and the Flor-de-lis below it? This is the kind of things I would like to do with my router. If they were done using Vcarve, any chance of a tutorial?

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Postby js11110 » Wed Apr 26, 2006 11:20 pm

Ignore my post, I just realized its from vector arts 3d models.

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Postby BrianM » Thu Apr 27, 2006 9:07 am

Jason,
As you say, the Horse, Ship and Fleur De Lys were from Vector Art 3D models. However we have been working with Vector Art 3D for many months now, and have produced a 3D machining program for them called Vector Art 3D Machinist (VA3D - Machinist). This program will take any of Vector Art 3D's models and allow you to scale, rotate and position them before generating toolpaths for roughing, finishing and possibly a profile cut out pass depending on the model. Like VCarve Wizard, there is a full 3D preview of the toolpaths available before you cut anything along with estimates for machining times etc.

The really unusual part about this collaboration is that Vector Art 3D are distributing the program completely FREE! Also they are giving away two of their models in 3 different styles to allow people to get started and see the quality of the models they offer. If you go to http://www.vectorart3d.com and click on the link to VA3D-Machinist you can fill in your details and be e-mailed a link to the download.

We have received excellent feedback about the usability and functionality of VA3D-Machinist and would encourage anyone who is interested in cutting 3D on their CNC machine to give it a try.

We are also excited to be able to tell everyone that version 3.0 of VCarve Wizard will be able to import the toolpaths from VA3D-Machinist (and PhotoVCarve) and will allow you to combine the 3D toolpaths with 2D and V-Carved elements to create some very exciting products.

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Postby Jason Marsha » Fri Apr 28, 2006 5:04 pm

Great looking booth guys. Its good to see customers sending their sample signs to be exhibited.

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