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I received a customers .jpeg and when I converted it to outlines it has made the font incredibly detailed, it is recking havoc with my blades as they are going up and down so much, as well as taking an age to cut on the Graphtec.

I have attached the pic but unfortunatly I couldnt attach as a EPS as it was too big.

Any ideas how to greatly simplify it?

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Euan
 

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I received a customers .jpeg and when I converted it to outlines it has made the font incredibly detailed, it is recking havoc with my blades as they are going up and down so much, as well as taking an age to cut on the Graphtec.

I have attached the pic but unfortunatly I couldnt attach as a EPS as it was too big.

Any ideas how to greatly simplify it?

Thanks
Euan
Getting the original font will be a start since its in vector, but I can't say its going to be a easy cut.

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