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Disney Cricut Catridges

An interesting thing I find when trawling the internet for something is that some days you never end up finding what you intended to be looking for. After searching back and forward on Google looking for vector graphics resources, I ended up down that deep rabbit hole and came across Disney Cricut Catridges that were for sale. Now when you say Disney, it’s one of those words that send shivers down your spine, regarding some of the law suits that have been filed against your “Average Joe” using copyrighted material on their Cricut Designs. So what do you do? Well There are some resources to look at if you do decide to buy a Disney Cricut Cartridge, but before we

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Crystal Ball Script [Pro] Startup Guide

Installation 1. Navigate to your photoshop script folder and extract/copy your Crystal Ball Pro script into this folder. Depending on where you installed your Photoshop version, the path to your script folder should be similar to the paths below C:\ > Program Files > Adobe > Adobe Photoshop CS5 (64 Bit) > Presets > Scripts C:\ > Program Files (x86) > Adobe > Adobe Photoshop CS5 > Presets > Scripts 2. Open up your Photoshop Application. 3. Click File> Open 4. Navigate to your image and click to open the image into Photoshop Tip : For best results, select an image of at least 1024px X 1024px and image that does not have a lot of Jpeg compression  5. Navigate

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Crystal Ball Laser Engraving Photoshop Script [Released]

One thing that’s always important to get right when it comes to laser engraving is the proper contrast between darks and light. This needs to be accurate, otherwise, when you input your design into your CNC software the final image may come washed out and lacking any depth. We’ve created a simple Photoshop script that will take the time out of pre-processing your image and save you a lot of time when you are setting up your images for testing or for your clients. The Road-Test How to apply Crystal ball to your CNC Laser project Software required 1. Photoshop 6 or above 2. Crystal Ball Plugin 3. A subject image (1024×768 pixels is recommended). 3. Inkscape (optional for vector

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Lets’ go all in on the Emblaser 2 Laser Cutter

Emblaser 2 Laser Cutter Review Following the success of the LazerBlade Laser cutter, comes the all-new Emblaser 2. With its sleek black and orange war paint, the Emblaser 2 is a step above its predecessor in all ways imaginable. The team at DarkyLabs hit a major soft spot for laser enthusiasts back in 2014, having 885 backers pledged AU$ 569,397 to launch the LazerBlade on Kickstarter. I would only presume that DarkyLabs are trying to hit the educational market, as this machine has great safety features which would suit educational or student applications.     Coming in at 12kg, The Emblaser 2 Laser cutter is solid unit. Although it is quite heavy for a desktop laser cutter, it’s still easily transportable from room to

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