This kind of thing isn’t that hard to do with Easel.
If you have that file as a vector, you can import it as a .svg into Easel.
But, for starters, let’s get your material and machine set up, because that will have a bearing on how deep you can cut.
For this logo, you’ll need a pretty small bit, no bigger than 1/16". You need to measure the distance between where the bit tapers, to its tip. That’s the maximum depth you can cut. I believe the bits inventables sells, or the ones that come in the starter kit, have a cutting depth of about 7.5mm. So we’ll work within that boundary.
We’re going to be cutting down about 6mm into the material so it needs to be at least 10mm thick. If you want to use something thinner, that’s fine but you’ll need to adjust the depths of cut below to work with that. If you want to use something thicker, that’s fine too but you will only be able to cut down to the limits of your bit.
Once you have the logo imported into Easel, scale it to the size you want to cut it. The bigger you can make it, the better it will look and the less rounding the bit will do in the corners.
Now, make a box that fits around the logo. Set it to carve 6mm deep.
Next, select the axe, set it to “fill” and set the depth to 4mm.
Then select the gun, set it to “fill” and set its depth to 2mm.
Now select the text, set it to “fill” and set its depth to 0.
You’re ready to carve!