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Hello pals!!

 

Please find some vector files enclosed as pdfs for everyone to use.

 

If anyone has got any vector files like symbols for somje cafe items like burgers, pizzas, some writeups we commonly use, some emblems logos or insignias, please share them

 

Cheers

 

C.SIngh

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magnolia1.pdf

monaro2.pdf

eagle5=.pdf

flying eagle.pdf

Butterflies.pdf

eagle 2.pdf

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These are all wire-frame items, which are rarely used in vinyl cutting.

 

When I use a graphic in a sign design, it's best to have a silhouette.

 

Like THIS ---

ffb5ed5166f500bb0108c6469c37240f.jpg

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For anyone who's wondering; the files just have an outline instead of a fill, they are not "wireframe". They will cut fine.

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slice&dice

 

Dawn's Designs LLC

 

 

Buddy these are outlined files saved as pdf after cleaning them in CAD. They will cut perfectly fine when you carry these profiles on to the plotter. Being Polylines, it won't make the cutter to cut a part of one shape then jump to others and then come back for completing the shape.

 

Thanks to all buddy. If anyone has got any symbol files to share, please do

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cutters are basically just cnc machines that read the outlines of shapes, cutters do not care if it is filled or not. If it bothers you, just open the file in illustrator or inkscape and flip the outline/fill options.

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gwynyr

 

I fully agree with you buddy.

But with the machine I have, it posed a problem.

Say we want to cut a letter O, if it hasbeen made by a number of arcs and fed to the cutter in exploded form, the cutter used to cut randomly, however, if I joined these arcs so as the shape becomes a polyline(all arcs get selected by clicking anywhere on the profile) the cutter used to start and finish the shape orderly.

I am using creation pcut ct0630, with flexi sign 10 (basic)

 

 

regards

 

C.S.Kainth

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They do appear to be wire frame when opened but there's nothing wrong with them. Perfectly usable. Just the appearance setting as a light outline rather than a filled object but it shouldn't effect the performance. 

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These are all wire-frame items, which are rarely used in vinyl cutting.

 

When I use a graphic in a sign design, it's best to have a silhouette.

 

Like THIS ---

ffb5ed5166f500bb0108c6469c37240f.jpg

 

Just for clarification;

 

'Wireframes' are ALWAYS used in vinyl cutting (with a plotter).

They are just most often filled with color, like in your silhouette example.

That frame is what the cutter actually follows.

The Nodes and Paths in a vector image ARE the 'Wireframe"

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I love how some are being picky when this generous guy is giving out free clipart.

My thanks to Kainth C.S. and everyone else who is generous enough to give out their art.

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Thanks a lot guys.. these files do work without a problem with a plotter. I also think if we fill them up with colours, because of a thin outline, the pixels shouldn't faqde when we scale the filled up file bigger. Please correct me if I am wrong

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On 5/31/2016 at 8:04 PM, kainth.c.s said:

If anyone has got any vector files like symbols for somje cafe items like burgers, pizzas, some writeups we commonly use, some emblems logos or insignias, please share them

Have you tried https://openclipart.org/ ? Do a site search and you will find many open source items related to food which can be modified for use.

Respect your generous impulse.

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