Description:I need my own pen and ink drawings converted from JP2 to g code for a CNC milling project.
Wants:Must be efficient and high detail tool paths
Don't Wants:fast tool paths I want as high quality
Ask for Sample:I would like one image converted if the code works I will have about fifty more
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