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Tye different types of format supported are SVG, EPS, PDF, AI, DXF.
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<ul>
<li><h3><font size="20px">Inkscape</font></h3>
<p>
Inkscape is professional quality vector graphics software which runs on Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux.<br/>You can download Inkscape from this
<a href="https://inkscape.org/">link</a>.
I started to get my hands on it by followingbthe youtube video channel
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=logosbynick">
Logos By Nick</a>.
<br/>
I tried making this Infinity Triangle. The inkscape work space looks like this
<img src="pics/ink1.png">
<br>
<img src="pics/inktri1.png">
<img src="pics/inktri2.png">
Here I duplicate the selected frame then describe some relation ship say difference as directed by the tutorials.
<img src="pics/inktri3.png">
The basic operations I performed in this was adding one shape to other, the going to the path option on the above task bar and using the features like intersecting, union, difference. basically its addition of some shapes to another and ther relationship that results in beautiful output if we put correct input.
<img src="pics/inktri4.png">
The Infinity Triangle
<img src="pics/inktri6.png">You can download this file from here<a href="inkscapefiles/triangle.svg"><font color="red" >(triangle.svg)</font>
</a>
</p>
<h4>
<font size="6px"> <u>Experience with Inkscape</u></font>
</h4>
<p>
</p>
</li>
<li> <h3><font size="20px">Inkscape</font></h3>
<p>
Inkscape is professional quality vector graphics software which runs on Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux.<br/>You can download Inkscape from this
<a href="https://inkscape.org/">link</a>.
I started to get my hands on it by followingbthe youtube video channel
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=logosbynick">
Logos By Nick</a>.
<br/>
I tried making this Infinity Triangle. The inkscape work space looks like this
<img src="pics/ink1.png">
<br>
<img src="pics/inktri1.png">
<img src="pics/inktri2.png">
Here I duplicate the selected frame then describe some relation ship say difference as directed by the tutorials.
<img src="pics/inktri3.png">
The basic operations I performed in this was adding one shape to other, the going to the path option on the above task bar and using the features like intersecting, union, difference. basically its addition of some shapes to another and ther relationship that results in beautiful output if we put correct input.
<img src="pics/inktri4.png">
The Infinity Triangle
<img src="pics/inktri6.png">You can download this file from here<a href="inkscapefiles/triangle.svg"><font color="red" >(triangle.svg)</font>
</a>
</p>
<h4>
<font size="6px"> <u>Experience with Inkscape</u></font>
</h4>
</li>
<hr>
<li>
<h3>
<font size="20px">GIMP</font>
</h3>
<p>
GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a freely distributed program for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring.It has many capabilities. It can be used as a simple paint program, an expert quality photo retouching program, an online batch processing system, a mass production image renderer, an image format converter, etc.You can read more about GIMP from <a href="https://www.gimp.org/about/introduction.html">
<font color="red">here</font>.</a>
It runs both on Linux as well as Windows, it can be downloaded from
<a href="https://www.gimp.org/downloads/"><font color="red">here</font></a><br/>
The workspace of GIMP is little spooky i felt..
<img src="pics/gimp2.png">On the left and right side there are toolboxes, the images of the tools describes their features.I decided to write a simple FABLAB name and try to give it layers and shades using it.
<img src="pics/gimp3.png">
<img src="pics/gimp4.png"><br/>
Here I was just playing with the blend tool to stylize my image from various available options.
<img src="pics/gimp5.png">
You can download this gimp file from here <a href="pics/gimp1.xcf"><font color="red">(gimp1.xcf)</font></a>
</p>
<h4>
<font size="7px">Scaling Images with GIMP</font>
</h4>
<p>
I never used to convert my resolution of the image or scale it using this, I preferred paint as the easiest but the results after using gimp to convert my images or to scale them using the Scale tool i was compelled to change my perspective. Images can be scaled by using the scale tool on the left of the tool bar. Initially I tried simply to scale my college logo.<br/>
<img src="pics/scale1.png">
<img src="pics/scale2.png">
You need to select the SCALE tool as shown and either enter the parameters like width or height manuallly or u can set it by just dragging it with your mouse.
<img src="pics/scale3.png">
</p>
<h4>
<font size="6px"> <u>Experience with GIMP</u></font>
</h4>
<p>
It is small light weight software but comes with some very good features, the tool box is auto explainable for any newbie to get hands on. Moreover it's free to download, It has open source architecture means anyone can modify the core code and develop plugins and new features, you don't need to be approved by Adobes' development team in case of Adobe Photoshop. Only problem I faced during my usage with GIMP was that initially to start its takes a bit of time otherwise it performed smoothly.
</p>
<li>
<h3>
<font size="20px">GIMP</font>
</h3>
<p>
GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a freely distributed program for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring.It has many capabilities. It can be used as a simple paint program, an expert quality photo retouching program, an online batch processing system, a mass production image renderer, an image format converter, etc.You can read more about GIMP from <a href="https://www.gimp.org/about/introduction.html">
<font color="red">here</font>.</a>
It runs both on Linux as well as Windows, it can be downloaded from
<a href="https://www.gimp.org/downloads/"><font color="red">here</font></a><br/>
The workspace of GIMP is little spooky i felt..
<img src="pics/gimp2.png">On the left and right side there are toolboxes, the images of the tools describes their features.I decided to write a simple FABLAB name and try to give it layers and shades using it.
<img src="pics/gimp3.png">
<img src="pics/gimp4.png"><br/>
Here I was just playing with the blend tool to stylize my image from various available options.
<img src="pics/gimp5.png">
You can download this gimp file from here <a href="pics/gimp1.xcf"><font color="red">(gimp1.xcf)</font></a>
</p>
<h4>
<font size="7px">Scaling Images with GIMP</font>
</h4>
<p>
I never used to convert my resolution of the image or scale it using this, I preferred paint as the easiest but the results after using gimp to convert my images or to scale them using the Scale tool i was compelled to change my perspective. Images can be scaled by using the scale tool on the left of the tool bar. Initially I tried simply to scale my college logo.<br/>
<img src="pics/scale1.png">
<img src="pics/scale2.png">
You need to select the SCALE tool as shown and either enter the parameters like width or height manuallly or u can set it by just dragging it with your mouse.
<img src="pics/scale3.png">
</p>
<h4>
<font size="6px"> <u>Experience with GIMP</u></font>
</h4>
<p>
It is small light weight software but comes with some very good features, the tool box is auto explainable for any newbie to get hands on. Moreover it's free to download, It has open source architecture means anyone can modify the core code and develop plugins and new features, you don't need to be approved by Adobes' development team in case of Adobe Photoshop. Only problem I faced during my usage with GIMP was that initially to start its takes a bit of time otherwise it performed smoothly.
</p>
</li>
</li>
</ul>
</ul>
<hr>
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<td>ABS</td>
<td>Making durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures, Easy to print with, strong plastic </td>
<td>Making durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures, Easy to print with, strong plastic </td>
<td>210°C to 250°C</td>
<td>80°C to 110 °C</td>
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<td>PVA</td>
<td>Non harmful, non-toxic, and environment friendly, Easily be dissolved in water under normal temperature, Easily stripping</td>
<td>Non harmful, non-toxic, and environment friendly, Easily be dissolved in water under normal temperature, Easily stripping</td>
<td>180°C to 230°C</td>
<td>45 °C</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>PET</td>
<td>FDA approved for food containers and tools used for food consumption, barely warps, no odors or fumes when printed</td>
<td>FDA approved for food containers and tools used for food consumption, barely warps, no odors or fumes when printed</td>
<td>230 to 255 °C</td>
<td>55 °C-70 °C</td>
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