I´m an engineer student and doing my final thesis on Creo Parametric 2.0. To be more specific, i´m researching different ways of using pictures or vector graphics as a stencil for extrusions and forward to .dfx for laser cutting etc. manufacturing.
The main idea is this:
I download a "dog face" from google, place it in a plane in Creo Parametric and draw the lines with splice tool etc. That is kind of slow, crappy and the results are very inaccurate in my opinion. There must be other easier ways to recognize the shapes of pictures or vector graphics etc....?
My purpose is to find out different ways of doing this, test the ways, report my findings and do a tutorial of some sort.
I´d be very happy if I could receive some user experiences of similar situations from more experienced Creo users so I could test them myself and use them in my report.
Have a nice springtime!
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