Celtic Knot 1

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Merlin
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Celtic Knot 1

Post by Merlin » Sun 22 Feb, 2009 3:11 pm

Test upload of Celtic knot
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This Celtic Knot design is uploaded in .PLT format to allow you to import into your own CAD package and manipulate as you see fit.

The design size is 99mm wide, yet will go down to 40mm and still cut very well.

We have used this on many occasions as corner decoration for Wedding seating plans.
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Re: Celtic Knot 1

Post by James Miller » Mon 06 Apr, 2009 7:35 pm

That's a very good design, John. Did you create it from scratch, or scan and import it to the program?

What would happen if you moved the closed ends of the lines closer together and overlapped some of them? I may try that.

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Re: Celtic Knot 1

Post by Merlin » Mon 06 Apr, 2009 7:38 pm

I imported a photo (from wife's cross stitch library) into corel

the freehand over the top, smoothing out the nodes as I went. Saved at a PLT

Looks really nice when done small(ish)

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Re: Celtic Knot 1

Post by James Miller » Mon 06 Apr, 2009 7:54 pm

John:

I took the liberty of tightening up the line intersections. When debossing or cutting with the white 90-degree head, I believe this may work better. Your thoughts?
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