sharkcutup wrote:Hello Samuel and Michael,
In answer to Michael's question --- fundraising. In fact, I have a website that sells Physical woodcrafts and CNC .crv files of projects I have created in V-Carve Pro and all PROCEEDS go to 'FAMILIES IN NEED"! Website address is "Hoganscnccrafts.com
None of my project files have 3D models in them. They are specifically .crv files with toolpaths. The files are Zipped to include the .crv file(s), Project Toolpath Job Sheets, .jpg Image file(s) and in some cases a .pdf instruction file. Some game files have .pdf Game rules are included.
.crv files are created in Vectric's V-Carve Desktop, V-Carve Pro, and Aspire. I am not aware of any other programs that create .crv files at this time. There may be other individuals here that may know a bit more about the .crv files - maybe they will chime in.
Have a GREAT DAY!
when you sell them what version of Aspire do you use. If you have a newer version then the buyer they will not work
Any version can read crv files created with an earlier version but not a later one so you would be best to keep them in the oldest format you can for as long as you can really.
Selling the files as EPS would broaden the market. Personally I wouldn't sell files with toolpaths created in them as you're leaving yourself open to people running the files without adjusting them for what their machine is capable of.
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