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    This is funny

    In this day and age of computer technology it seems it can still get ahead of us some times !!!
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    RE: This is funny

    Yeah, isn't that funny! We noticed that too on the first laser cut files. Seems when the cad files where converted to laser files, the text was reversed? Was not that way on the cad files. Sure beats cutting them out by hand though!

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    RE: This is funny

    Mike,
    If you are using AutoCAD there is a variable that you can change called "MIRRTEXT" that needs to be set to '0' so that when objects are mirrored the text still comes out normal. Of course, you say that it wasn't like that in the CAD file, so you may have to beat the gremlins out of your systems.
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    RE: This is funny

    Thanks, but it turned out not to be my CAD but the laser guy's software when he did a mirror copy of some of the parts. It's been fixed now.

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