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CNC Halftone Artwork

Metalfusion from Finland created CNC routed halftone images using a single v-bit router bit. He also developed the software which allows normal images to be converted into files that are ready to be cut on a CNC machine. A much improved new version of the DXF halftone program ( v. 1.5 ) was released on 7/29/11!

 

 

[Source] HackedGadgets


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