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I know I've seen the THUNDERBIRD SC script from the rear bumper around here in .dwg format, but was wondering if anyone out there has the actual emblem in .dwg format? Can anyone hook me up?

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Bump, does anyone have the THUNDERBIRD SC script in .dwg format? I've seen it around before...

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I have the script as a dxf on my other computer. I have used it with my vinyl cutter and it works well. I have the thunderbird SOMEWHERE, but I am not sure where at this point.

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Edit, just found the script file, still looking for a Bird logo though.
 

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While working from home today due to 12" of snow, I became distracted. Over the last hour I have found, downloaded, and converted both the Thunderbird and Cougar logos to DWG format. The laser cutter at school is going to get a workout now!

 

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If you're doing vinyl work, I'd like to place an order. I've been looking for this very same information so that I can get my vinyl work done. Let me know if you'd be willing to help me out (for a price, I'm sure)
 

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I'm actually not doing any vinyl work, but I'd talk to ClintD, he's the master on that kind of thing.
 

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Cant wait to see what youre working on here! :)
 

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Well, you'll probly have to. I'm in the midst of my last semester of architecture school, so not much time for projects. Going to try and rip some things out on the laser cutter for some interior fun.
 

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Well, you'll probly have to. I'm in the midst of my last semester of architecture school, so not much time for projects. Going to try and rip some things out on the laser cutter for some interior fun.
I'd buy an emblem in stainless; unfinished, preferably. :) Cut and run, lol.

Will it do tungsten?
 

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Unfortunately it isn't heavy duty by any means. I think it will only do etching on metals, it's mainly used for cutting plexi and basswood for architectural models.

 
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