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I have a paper print (blue print for you old guys) that are scaled drawings of wing ribs for a home built airplane. I would like to be able to scan them so I could CNC cut the forming blocks. Most of the software I see is for terrain mapping and architectural applications. I just want to take some digital pictures of a flat print and have a scalable closed line in CAD. Photogrammetry (sp?) is new to me and I am not sure what to make of the different descriptions. Can anyone help point me in the right direction?

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We're using Corel Draw at work to drive a bench laser cutter (can cut and engrave plastics, wood, aluminum, glass etching...).

Corel Draw will allow you to create a vector image from a scan. This will allow you to scale your model and export to a CNC friendly format (DWG?).

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