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Military Logos

Postby C_R_DeJong » Wed Sep 28, 2011 12:57 am

Hey does anyone have some military logos? I am not sure if the logos are copyrighted but I thought I'd ask. I am looking to piece the logos together to make a plaque to give to a couple friends that have served that have just returned from over seas. Anything would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again guys.

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Re: Military Logos

Postby BrianMick » Wed Sep 28, 2011 9:13 am

Use the search button and search Army, Navy, Airforce, Marines,etc. there art a whole lot that have been posted
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Re: Military Logos

Postby Larry83301 » Wed Sep 28, 2011 11:03 am

Look thru Steve Good's web site. He has them as pdf files you can download for free. http://scrollsawworkshop.blogspot.com/
They can be converted very easily to what ever file format you need.

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P.S. If you have a problem getting them, PM me and I'll give you the ones you want.

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Re: Military Logos

Postby C_R_DeJong » Wed Sep 28, 2011 11:58 am

This is excellent. Thanks guys for the advice.

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Re: Military Logos

Postby Zippo » Sat Oct 01, 2011 12:50 pm

Steve Good has alot of great patterns, talked with him doesn't mind anyone using them. he always kids around that after the first mil he gets 2% lol

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Re: Military Logos

Postby Patrick Waite » Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:31 pm

This is the page we put free DXF file. Not pictures. There is a page for that on this web site. It would be nice to get some Military file in zip formate. Not having to much fun with downloading dfx file from this web site. The file down load all broken. Dont know why. But it susks. Have to sit there and join all the lines before I cut.
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Re: Military Logos

Postby tentonjj » Sun Oct 02, 2011 3:38 pm

Patrick Waite wrote:This is the page we put free DXF file. Not pictures. There is a page for that on this web site. It would be nice to get some Military file in zip formate. Not having to much fun with downloading dfx file from this web site. The file down load all broken. Dont know why. But it susks. Have to sit there and join all the lines before I cut.

im having no issues with this site at all, certainly dont complain about FREE files even if they require a bit of tweaking.
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Re: Military Logos

Postby admin » Mon Oct 03, 2011 8:27 pm

The DXF files found on this site are only as good as the posting member has created them to be. Broken line sements are a common trait of many dxf files depending on a number of determining factors despite the skill level of the artist. Many programs such as Corel X5 give you the ability to "Join" broken segments with 1 click and then give you the option to automatically "Smooth" the lines if need be. I have found it be a very useful tool with some of the files that many of our generous members share with us.

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Re: Military Logos

Postby Larry83301 » Tue Oct 04, 2011 1:02 am

Patrick Waite wrote:This is the page we put free DXF file. Not pictures. There is a page for that on this web site. It would be nice to get some Military file in zip formate. Not having to much fun with downloading dfx file from this web site. The file down load all broken. Dont know why. But it susks. Have to sit there and join all the lines before I cut.


Patrick,
I'm sorry if it bothered you for me to post a picture as an example of the type of files that were available from Steve Good?s web site. Most of the pieces in that picture were from his site. Sometimes it helps to know what is on a site so we can judgeif we want to spend time going somewhere that has nothing we want.
Also, a few points about the FREE files that are posted here:

1: They are posted to help others with whatever project that is being worked on.

2: The poster uses whatever software they have to work the file and post it. Not everybody uses the same software OR needs the files to be as clean as other people do. If I absolutely need clean ready to cut files I BUY them. Some of the files on this site ARE that good, BUT many of them need a little cleaning up before they can be cut on SOME machines.

3: If you have a problem with the files from a certain poster, then DO NOT download the files that person puts up, or learn to deal with fixing the file yourself, and make a program that YOUR machine needs.

4: If you ask for help with a file I am sure that help will be given, but don?t expect the members to do all your work for you, and do it for FREE!

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P.S. Some of us have CNC machines and software that will cut almost any file, mine does.

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Re: Military Logos

Postby Patrick Waite » Sun Dec 04, 2011 9:47 pm

sorry for my post earlyer. I didnt mean anything buy it. I have been useing coreldraw 5 software for a couple of months now and getting pretty good at it. I now can down load some awsome file from this web site and fix the drawing pretty fast so I can cut them out. For what its worth. Im sorry for saying anything bad. I should not say bad thing about anything. I have a lot of problems at home. My wife has came down with breast cancer. Dont know if she is going to make it.

PS sorry if I pissed some people off.
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Re: Military Logos

Postby oldsoulmetal » Mon Dec 05, 2011 2:28 am

I don't think any one will hold this one against you Patrick. We are all plasma brothers and some sisters here. Hope the best outcome for your wife.
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Re: Military Logos

Postby mdwalker » Mon Dec 05, 2011 7:16 am

Praying for the best for you & your wife during this difficult time.

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Re: Military Logos

Postby toddler » Tue Dec 08, 2015 2:15 pm

Is there a good way to convert these PDF's to DXF files? I would like to try to cut the United States Navy Veteran one for a friend. The only way I have to do it is to trace it by hand.
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Re: Military Logos

Postby Larry83301 » Tue Dec 08, 2015 4:01 pm

Did you look up above in this thread?? viewtopic.php?p=107823#p22947


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Re: Military Logos

Postby steel 35 » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:33 pm

toddler wrote:Is there a good way to convert these PDF's to DXF files? I would like to try to cut the United States Navy Veteran one for a friend. The only way I have to do it is to trace it by hand.
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Re: Military Logos

Postby acourtjester » Tue Dec 08, 2015 7:51 pm

If you try Inkscape and do a trace with brightness cutoff of 760 it will give you a good DXF or SVG file to save and load into SheetCam from the above image.
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Re: Military Logos

Postby toddler » Tue Dec 15, 2015 5:42 pm

Thanks for the advice!
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Re: Military Logos

Postby mikes grills » Fri Jan 22, 2016 1:13 pm

I downloaded the Navy SEAL trident several years ago and had great luck with it but now I try to load and open it and it`s anything but smooth. Is there any reason it would have become angular and choppy looking? also am looking for a very detailed coast guard seal

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Re: Military Logos

Postby Larry83301 » Fri Jan 22, 2016 2:28 pm

Try this one, see if it's what you want and will work for you.
Not my work, KUDOS to the first poster. :D :D




navy seal logo.jpg


navy seal logo.dxf


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Re: Military Logos

Postby patc » Sat Jan 23, 2016 3:01 pm

Some of these files are quite large, but I hope you can use them. I haven't cut any of them yet.

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