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  1. Hi community! Designer 2022 user here, and I'm working with a bunch of digital artists who use Photoshop. Our printers can use .ai or .tif files to generate tool paths for our shopbot CNC router (using Vcarve to generate the g code). VW doesn't like .ai anymore and .tif's are imported as image files, and Trace Bitmap has less than desirable results. Anyone know how to get a good clean toolpath from a .tif? I already know that PS can spit out a dxf or dwg, but the people who send me things keep forgetting that. (I'd post the .tif in here, but NDA's won't let me).
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