Any chance you have made a front panel replacement for a Digital, PDP8 e or m computer ? Please see attached file for reference. If not, is this something you could do and quote ?
Sincerely, Gene Katz
Attached File: image.jpeg
Posted By: Gene Katz on Nov 04, 2019 04:47AM Category: Whishes
Thanks for reaching out about your project. If you knew the dimensions you needed and were able to import the graphics, you could use our software to set up your project for a quote. You can find a download link for our free, easy to use design software here:
You can design, price, and even order right form the software itself.
I hope this helps.
Posted By: Mike on Nov 04, 2019 06:00PMReply
I have a customer's logo that I would like to engrave and have in-filled black. Since the file is a DXF, the only way i can import it is as a cavity, which does not allow you to infill.
Is there an alternate technique I could use?
Attached File: Orb_Logo_Gray-v3.dxf
Posted By: Brian Sparano on Nov 03, 2019 05:58PM Category: Front Panel Designer
I see some b***ons in the screenshots are in German, e.g. Hilfe. Does the download have all text in English? Thanks.
Posted By: Richard Milward on Oct 24, 2019 02:55AM Category: Front Panel Designer
Is it possible to enter some reference lines that will not be part of the finished product?
Posted By: Vic Kostrukoff on Oct 14, 2019 07:21PM Category: Front Panel Designer
Yes. You can do this by adding your engraving lines and then going to the engravings object properties and checking the box that states 'Do not produce object'.
If you have any other questions email us at email@example.com
Posted By: Adrian on Oct 14, 2019 07:29PMReply
Can I edit an HPGL file? Because I exchanged the Height and Width of Right and Left sides and I'd like to change their projection on the Front and Back.
Posted By: Luis Batule on Oct 09, 2019 11:15PM Category: Front Panel Designer
Hi Luis. You can if you do it in the program you used to make the HPGL file.
If you have any other questions or if you need help send us the file to:
Posted By: Adrian on Oct 09, 2019 11:35PMReply