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Cutting directly from Corel Draw

Discussion in 'Corel' started by blademaster, Jul 5, 2005.

  1. blademaster

    blademaster Member

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    Is it possible to cut directly from corel 12 with no bridge/plugin?

    if so how? any good links to read on how to do this?

    thanks.
     
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  2. blademaster

    blademaster Member

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    bump
     
  3. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    there are lots of posts on this subject here ,, do a search and u will find..
    tech
     
  4. OldPaint

    OldPaint Major Contributor

    what plotter you using? any that use a roland driver it can be done ....its a simple setup.....its been posted here couple times....
     
  5. blademaster

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    well
    i have a summacut d-60 connected via usb from what i understand this method is only possible via parallel connection which my pc does not have.

    im looking into buying co cut or sign cut another program i am trying out right now.

    i also have the option of getting flexi 7 for $500 however i think i will be overwhelmed with that program as i know nothing about it and very litte about corel as it is.


    I get to play the learn as you go game, its gotten me this far in life i guess.
     
  6. Techman

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    cocut pro would be a great choice for you along with corel draw. I use it weekly and find something new to use it with all the time.
    As with any software. you could find a number of sites on the web that will give you some great training for corel all free.
     
  7. blademaster

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    i think i will go with co cut standard because of the difference in price for now.
    im on a limited budget. thanks.
     
  8. ChiknNutz

    ChiknNutz Major Contributor

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    CoCut PRO has some VERY useful features that you really will want. I don't think std has power weed lines, or the welding/trapping features.
     
  9. jtd555

    jtd555 New Member

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    I have a Lynx s60 using corel 11 , i down loaded cocut pro, i go to install driver and there is no lynx s60, any help? i saw to use a roland driver, but which one?
    thanks,jeff
     
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