Guide to CNC Sign Making: Layout & design, production methods, and finishing techniques

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Now I need to go out and buy yet another book?

Looks like a nice book. You will get a lot out of that.

Dan, owner of Imagination Corporation was one of my instructors at Sign Camp. http://www.imaginationcorporation.com/ He has posted many tutorials on youtube - free. There is a LOT of information in his tutorials. He uses Enroute, and he uses Enroute for his tutorials, but Aspire is really similar. There is nothing he has done in Enroute that cannot be done in Aspire.

I have learned a TON from Dan.

 

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I have enjoyed the videos @Leo Voisine.

I got the book today and sat down to read a bit. I got about 25 pages in, so far lots of good tips and ideas, though I'm sure you may be beyond what is offered so far, Leo. I'll post more once I've read more though.
 

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So I got through the book and feel I got my money's worth, lots of good tips and some basic foundations to follow. There are lots of little tips and suggestions that I feel I'll refer to time and again.
 
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