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Author Topic: How to Convert GSDs via pdf to SVGs  (Read 2913 times)

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How to Convert GSDs via pdf to SVGs
« on: November 26, 2010, 02:38:48 PM »
This tutorial explains how to convert GSD files to svg (via pdf) for use on cutters other than the Silhouette/Craft ROBO and was primarily produced to help members new to digital cutting.  If you don't have a pdf facility on your computer I have tested a free program (Cute pdf Writer) that works well.  You can find it here:-


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