I haven't been active on this board in a long time, but I've been seeing the posts on Facebook that Rob has shared. Decided I needed to come over and go through the 20 pages (wow!) of work here.
NICE JOB EVERYONE!
I've been 3D scanning parts at work and having someone here clean them up in CAD, but I've been focusing on metal parts which were cast and designing them to be made in steel weldments. So far I've concentrated on the various rear differential adapters, in the hopes of providing parts that someone could have a local shop cut and weld up for them, and allow easier swapping of the cheap Cadillac diffs since the Kappa ones are getting harder to find and far more expensive. I'm loving the work you are all doing in plastic for the various bits to this point.
I have a graphics file (vector format) which is a logo I had a friend of mine create for my V8 swapped car and my autocross racing. I'd like to use a portion of this graphic as an emblem on the back of the car. Is it possible to provide this file to one of you and get back something that could be printed? I know TS posted some simple instructions (here
), but I just don't have that ability being on a Chromebook.
I'd prefer not to just post up the vector image file, because at this point I'm wary of others using it as it's branding for my Facebook page / Instagram / etc. Is anyone willing / able to convert this file (eps or svg) into something I could have printed? I have access to print files, just not the ability to convert this over to 3D and generate the Gcode.
Appreciate any help someone can provide!