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    adobe illustrator file

    Has anyone had the pleasure of opening a file used by an ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR PROGRAM...(ei file)it doesn't seem to come in right

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    Hi, I just found out how to make a jpg file in to a vektor file with closed clean and single "no bul****" vektor lines suitable for cnc machining / engraving or venyl cuting or what ever.

    Import jpg to illustrator.

    Mark the jpg, then go: Object > Image Trace > Make, then tweak settings as desired in image trace window/toolbar > Object > Image Trace > Expand, > In the Pathfinder toolbar hit Merge one time (or two times) then also in the Pathfinder toolbar hit the Outline button.

    It should work to export it as pdf / dxf, or in my case just open it in Rhino3D as an .ai file.

    Mabe you knew mage you didn’t. I didn’t. So I had to share it some ware

    Bles you all.

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    Re: adobe illustrator file

    You could try renaming the .AI file to .PDF
    PDF is the native format used by Illustrator.

    But Illustrator also will export to .DXF which comes into most CAD programs.

    And yes, years ago Adobe had a program called Streamline that allowed conversion of bit mapped images to vector format. But now its been incorporated into Illustrator.
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    Re: adobe illustrator file

    Thread is 6 years old..... OP has probably upgraded the software .... or junked it

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    Re: adobe illustrator file

    Superman...... !!

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    Re: adobe illustrator file

    Your list is great but I think, this guy has a great taste. https://bestlaptopempire.com/best-la...r-illustrator/

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    Re: adobe illustrator file

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    Re: adobe illustrator file

    You can convert Image to Any Format with Adobe Illustrator's Latest Version. this version is lost data everytime so i recommended back up software. some backup softwares are avaiable here.

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