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By: AK Eric (offline) on Wednesday, January 25 2012 @ 08:23 PM PST (Read 1234 times)  
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Just more of an FYI:
I hadn't seen any forum posts on this, so wanted to contribute: Successfully generated graphics in Processing, exported them as a pdf, imported into Inkscape, for etching via the Ostrich-Egg Bot. Worked pretty well once I figured out the steps required. I describe the process, share the source-code, etc, over on my blog. Includes etching video! Big Grin
http://www.akeric.com/blog/?p=1625


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By: dnewman (offline) on Wednesday, January 25 2012 @ 08:41 PM PST  
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Wow, that's pretty neat. Please do post more results as you progress!

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