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Software Help Gerber Dimension 200x

Discussion in 'CNC Routers & Engravers' started by Chad Ingram, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. Chad Ingram

    Chad Ingram New Member

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    I have a Gerber Dimension 200x Router/engraver that I run with Artpath. My trouble right now is that I know nothing really has been updated in years. I am wondering if there are parts I can upgrade on my engraver or updating my software that I could bring this thing into this century?

    My wife and I bought a custom sign/apparel/trophy shop and this machine came with it. I use it alot so hard part is I cannot afford much down time as well with it.

    Thank you in advance for any help or ideas you may have for me.

    Chad
     
  2. Old Timer

    Old Timer Member

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    It is my understanding that Artpath will only work with 32bit operating system
     
  3. GB2

    GB2 Very Active Member

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    The Gerber Dimension 200X is no longer manufactured and there are really no parts or options that you can upgrade, you can however get the latest version of Gerber Omega with ArtPath. The X model that you have was the model that originally came with all the options available when it was new. I used to have one myself and it really was a great piece of equipment.
     
  4. Neon Armidillo

    Neon Armidillo None

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    Hello Chad
    Just wondering if you found any way to upgrade your machine. I'm going to look at one tomorrow, it is missing software. I was thinking of going to cnc open build to replace controller & run open source software. I think the machine will run slower but for the price it seems like a cheap entry into the cnc world. These machines seem to be well built & the electronics are the down fall in today's environment.

    Thanks
     
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