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Anyone else using SignCut?

Discussion in 'General Software' started by FatCat, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. FatCat

    FatCat Very Active Member

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    Just wanted to see who else out there is using SignCut. I know many are using more expensive packages like Flexi etc., but I purchased SignCut because I wanted to design in Illustrator from a Mac. (And not break the bank doing it.)

    Overall, I've been very pleased with the software. While it doesn't have every "bell and whistle" like Flexi, it drives my Roland CX-300 with ease. Just wanted to give this software a thumbs up for other Mac users and those looking for a good driver at a reasonable price. :thumb:

    http://www.sc-x2.com/
     
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    dclet Active Member

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    It's not bad from what I've seen. It has some unique features. I do not like the subscription bs....complete turn-off.

    Did you buy the dongled version? That's the only version I would consider but then they want another 40 some odd dollars to ship it....I am not aware of any dealers stateside...
     
  3. John Butto

    John Butto Very Active Member

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    Have been using it for about 2 years and they gave a 3 year subscription for the same price as 1 year, it works great for me using Summa D70 with Illustrator CS2 and OSX 10.4.8. Cuts small copy as well as large panels and copy. Use the keyspan converter so as to plug into my laptop USB port. Use it to cut decals, (fabricated in Illustrator and printed using Flexi Photo Print RIP) off of my solvent printer and then brought over to the Summa and everything lines up perfect. Years ago used SignPost with OS 9 and ran Camn 1 and Studio 88 but that software never made it to the OSX.
     
  4. FatCat

    FatCat Very Active Member

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    dclet, no I didn't buy the dongle version - though I might. I purchased a 1-year license for $49. Figured I'd make sure I like it before I buy it outright. Like I said, very pleased and seems to work with most common plotters.
     
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