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Ragged saved images from Aspire 27 Jul 2017 09:51 #1

  • John Miller
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Hi all,
I'm frustrated. When I save an image of my carve file in Aspire I end up with a rather small image with ragged edges.
A nice clean image of the carve simulation is a powerful sales tool. I haven't been able to get one I'm proud of. When creating a new file I hold down the shift button to get the highest detail file (50x). I start with my work area as close to the size of the finished sign. What am I missing? or is Aspire not capable of saving a high quality image?
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Ragged saved images from Aspire 27 Jul 2017 11:04 #2

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This is a tool path preview.

I did not do a 3D view preview.

Seems to look pretty good - but I have never seen a high quality preview from Vectric.

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Ragged saved images from Aspire 28 Jul 2017 12:04 #3

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John, how big is the sign? On a large sign even 50X may not be enough?

Ragged saved images from Aspire 03 Aug 2017 14:31 #4

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All of my presentation work is done with Corel. Mucho mas realistic and detailed.
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Ragged saved images from Aspire 19 Sep 2017 07:43 #5

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John,

If I want a very detailed 3D rendering I output the final as a 3D model in the highest resolution out of Aspire and then open it up in Photoshop. In PS the rendering and output is a lot cleaner but takes a lot longer to render and load. You can also colorize it in PS if you want. I usually just show a shaded version so they have an idea of the depths and then a colorized version from my original source file created in Adobe Illustrator. Aspire 3D preview stinks and I think it is really only intended for us to check for flaws prior to machining. Would be nice if they offered a presentation quality preview.
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