what you see is what you cut.
A Laser Cutting Visualization Prototype, and many experiments.
- Sarah Kushner - PhD Student at DGP, University of Toronto
- Arjun Chhabra - Undergraduate Research Assistant at DGP, University of Toronto
- Alec Jacobson - Assistant Professor at DGP, University of Toronto
A C++ project which takes in an SVG file and rids the design of invisible, redundant vectors. Uses CGAL, tinyxml and NanoSVG.
A Python program that utilizes Cairo to render an alpha composited view of overlaps in curves from an SVG file. Used to predict the number of times a laser passes through each point.
A Python program that explodes a given SVG into separate strokes and fills and writes out a new SVG.
- batch convert to SVG 1.0 with "CSS Properties: Style Attributes"