To continue with the SVG Saturday series of posts, in which I supply you with a FREE cutting file each week, this week I have created a chain link frame for your enjoyment.
This set contains a top layer and four different shadow layers.
The frame was originally designed at around three inches by three inches however this can be resized up according to your needs.
It can be cut from a multitude of different materials and used in all sorts of ways – I look forward to seeing what you make with it.
The design looks like this.
These design(s) have been supplied in various file formats to ensure that they will work with the majority of electronic cutting machines around the world.
SVG – Scalable Vector Graphics. This is an image file type that can also be used by most home hobby cutting machines. Some machines will require the file to be converted in external software before it can be used for cutting.
DXF – A vector based file type that can be used be most home hobby cutting machines. In particular this file type can be used with the SILHOUETTE range of cutting machines in their free software. It can also be used in the majority of CAD software if you are super clever.
FCM – A cutting file type only compatible with the Brother Scan N Cut.
EPS – This is a vector image file type that can be imported into many graphic design software packages such as Adobe Illustrator and Serif Craft Artist.
PNG – This is a raster image file type that can be imported into many graphic design software packages such as Adobe Illustrator and Serif Craft Artist.
With this set of files you can make and sell as many hand-crafted items as you please for whatever reason you choose.
You may not however distribute the files in any form and via any means. If you know someone that would like these files then please send them a link to this blog post.
Right, I’d best get cracking at designing something for next week! Hope you like this set and enjoy using them.
If you enjoyed this file set, you can find many more in my online store – www.digitalcraftemporium.co.uk
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Bye for now.