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    Posted: 27.Dec.2021 at 18:51
I have a picture the client would like to carve out of stone, having problems getting AutoCAD to represent it as to it looking like a carved piece. Any suggestions?

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Is your client going to carve the stone using a CNC machine?  If so, then wouldn't he need the G-Code generated from a 3D model?

DWG/DF to G-Code...

Edited by John Connor - 30.Dec.2021 at 20:59
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