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Jim Krager
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Need Vector graphic

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I'm looking for a vector graphic of a Cribbage 29 Hand something like this attachment. Does anyone have or know where I can purchase one?
29hand.bmp

Dash
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Re: Need Vector graphic

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Hello, Jim.
I looked at your post days ago and didn't think. Me not thinking is not unusual for me til the middle of the night, in-disposed or something like that.
I am sure on off these guys will chime in but, why can you not load your pic as a bitmap or jepg and copy the lines and set your own vectors?
http://www.cncsharktalk.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=315 This link was one of my first lessons from the forum...
Good luck and I hope this helps!!

Thanks,
Dash

Jim Krager
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Re: Need Vector graphic

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Dash wrote:Hello, Jim.
I looked at your post days ago and didn't think. Me not thinking is not unusual for me til the middle of the night, in-disposed or something like that.
I am sure on off these guys will chime in but, why can you not load your pic as a bitmap or jepg and copy the lines and set your own vectors?
http://www.cncsharktalk.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=315 This link was one of my first lessons from the forum...
Good luck and I hope this helps!!

Thanks,
Dash
Thank you for the information, I tried it, but the graphic that I posted wasn't clear enough to fit vectors to it that matched the shapes.

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Re: Need Vector graphic

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Hi Jim,

I'd do a search for 'playing card graphics' or 'playing card clip art'. I think you'll find a large number of choices - some of them are royalty free, some cost a small amount. Getting a high res image and then converting to vector would be pretty straight forward at that point.

You may also want to search for 'card' on the VectorArt3D site - they have some nice models, and all of their models also include the eps vector component as well.

VectorArt.com also has some 2D vector images of cards that may meet your needs.

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Hi Jim,

I'd do a search for 'playing card graphics' or 'playing card clip art'. I think you'll find a large number of choices - some of them are royalty free, some cost a small amount. Getting a high res image and then converting to vector would be pretty straight forward at that point.

You may also want to search for 'card' on the VectorArt3D site - they have some nice models, and all of their models also include the eps vector component as well.

VectorArt.com also has some 2D vector images of cards that may meet your needs.

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Re: Need Vector graphic

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Then there is the Bob, low tech solution...Take the cards from the deck, arrange them how you want them on a scanner, save the scan and import it into VCarve, Use VCarve to convert the picture to tool paths.
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Thank you everyone. I found some single card graphics and put them together in Inkscape and then used vCarve to create the vectors.
Cribbage 19 Hand.png
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Re: Need Vector graphic

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Bob wrote:Then there is the Bob, low tech solution...Take the cards from the deck, arrange them how you want them on a scanner, save the scan and import it into VCarve, Use VCarve to convert the picture to tool paths.
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Jim Krager
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Re: Need Vector graphic

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Didn't realize that you can't share from the Trial version, so here's a good version of the crv file.
Cribbage Board.bmp
basic oval board layout.crv
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Re: Need Vector graphic

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I was wondering if you could help I downloaded a copy of you cribbage board with the cards it works great but the last step when I run it it plunges right down in the board and also drives my head on my shark all the way to the top then plunges straight down any idea I am running V 7.5 when you tell it to go home it goes to the starting point and drives the bit down in the wood at the start point

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