Dog Portrait Metal Art Tutorial

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  1. LECS Mark

    LECS Mark Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    The Scan and Trace Wizard on Torchmate CAD/CAM Full enables its users to convert regular images into g-code files. These files can be cut out on any conventional plasma cutting table that is manufactured by Lincoln Electric Cutting Systems. Please watch the video below to learn how!



    If you would like to take the instructions at your own pace, please follow the steps in this PDF document on the scan and trace tools.
     

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    How big was it when cut out?
     
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    LECS Mark Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    It was about 23" tall, and about 19" wide.
     

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