No Greg,.. he would need "der black buggy" I've been in northern Indiana on gravel roads that only have buggy tracks in 'em and there is no electric lines coming off the power poles going to the houses.
i use scrap cabinet plywood for test cutting, does anyone know if this can cause problem, i know it's (plywood) not good to burn in a wood stove, because of the glue, but didn't know if cutting plywood can mess up a bit.
well anything that has a lot o gum in it but its not that much difference, when I first started I had a lot of small chunks of ply wood so I used them for cuts and you can make some really interesting stuff at around .248 depth because the dark stuff inside shows through.
The first thing I found was that stuff on the back side of the page bleed through in the scan so I placed a dark blue sheet above the page and that fixed that problem.
The next thing I found was after vectorizing the photo a lot of lines were not joined and the normal setting to join vectors was .0004 less than 1/2 a thousand! that did not work so I lept removing zeros until I got to .04 and that fixed the picture, removed a lot of unneeded lines and really cleaned it up.
After that it was a simple setup in cut2d and save to g code. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all. Greg