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First off, you can use "zealous crop" or "crop to content" or you can just select the part you want. Second, the image shows the latest version of Gimp (man, I like the program!) with the various autocrops pointed out. Or, again, just pick a selection tool and do it by hand.
Once you have the image you can use any program that works for your particular CNC machine. Coreldraw was a cheap option for me but you could also use others. Google translate says that was Turkish and it says that the english above translates to this in Turkish. Görüntüye sahip olduğunuzda, kendi CNC makineniz için çalışan herhangi bir programı kullanabilirsiniz. Coreldraw benim için ucuz bir seçenekti ama başkalarını da kullanabilirsiniz.
It's filters->distorts->newsprint. It's still in gimp2 (the open source paint program). Here is a screen shot of the menu I mean.
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Here are some screen shots (wasn't sure how big it should be).
Aha! You can't find it because it's a typo!It's in Gimp, it's supposed to be "filters->distorts->newsprint...". "Filters" is the menu, distorts is the section and newsprint is the specific filter. Good catch, thanks for pointing it out!
Oh. Well, scissors work, too. ;-)
Very nice box. Loved the detailed design work and the layering. Just wanted to mention that you can cut felt on the laser too. You can cut it very precisely and, since you already have the exact image it's much easier than using scissors. Love those custom wooden boxes!Thanks!Dave
Thanks. I'll consider that. I did a similar thing for coreldraw here on Instructables -- the 10 "most needed operations in CorelDraw". I could do a similar thing for Gimp. Assuming I can figure out what they are. Like most people I usually use a paint program to crop and size images.
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