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TEXT IN .DWG OR .DXF FOR ETCH

TEXT IN .DWG OR .DXF FOR ETCH

TEXT IN .DWG OR .DXF FOR ETCH

(OP)
DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY LETTERS SAVED IN .DWG OR .DXF FILES FOR ETCHING THAT THEY WOULD BE WILLING TO SHARE?  I DONT HAVE ANY AT THIS POINT AND I STARTED TO CREATE SOME, BUT I GUESS IT WAS A LITTEL MORE TIME CONSUMING THAN I THOUGHT.
I WOULD REALLY APPRECIATE IT.

THANK YOU,

Gary L. Ellis Jr.
Quality Steel Fabrication
Sidney, OH
gellis@woh.rr.com

RE: TEXT IN .DWG OR .DXF FOR ETCH

You can try using Autocad, coreldraw  or any trutype font supporting software to create text and then save as a DXF file from file > save as menu

Sarin

RE: TEXT IN .DWG OR .DXF FOR ETCH

(OP)
I just wanted to thank you Sarin.  I am somewhat new at this and have not explored that far.  It worked out great and the letters look nice.

Again, thanks a lot.

Gary L. Ellis Jr.
Quality Steel Fabrication
Sidney, OH
gellis@woh.rr.com

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