Lake files can be tough… I’ll save you some time. I made an SVG from the ContourMap.pdf file that was posted earlier. Topographic files are time consuming but I could give you some tips if you need. I usually use a 60 degree v-bit when I carve lakes because it will show a lot more detail and take much less time than using a tiny bit. The only downside is the depth of the carve. I’d probably go 0.125" deep at the max with a vbit for this file. Bet it would still look great with epoxy though.
I only spent about 10 min on this so it probably needs to be touched up in some places. The best way would be to use Easel’s “Edit Points” function and delete/move anything that looks bad. I have also attached the easel file, use that because I already cleaned up all stray points.
Hope this helps!
Lake Belton.zip|attachment](upload://4Rzczatbe3XDkRu90kGz1zdVrXp.zip) (347.0 KB) Lake Belton.zip (347.0 KB)