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Hoi,

beetje grieperig, dus misschien nog niet zo snel van begrip, maar kun je iets specifieker zijn?

nog geen idee wat je precies bedoeld.

Illustrator in de titel doet mij denken aan adobe? Dan kun je proberen om hem als .ai eventueel monochroom in te lezen in een cad programma. Ik doe Logo's meestal in Rhino, dan kun je er makkelijk diepte aan geven en een printbestand van maken, of als step-file exporteren voor een ander 3d tekenprogramma, Bedoel je zoiets?

In Cura kun je ook een afbeelding als Jpeg bijv. inlezen en er diepte aan geven, is ook te proberen.

Als je meer info hebt lees ik het weer wel.

Groeten Kees

 

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