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Graphtec CE2000 60 & software

Discussion in 'Graphtec' started by Slack11, Jul 28, 2005.

  1. Slack11

    Slack11 Member

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    I just purchased a Graphtec CE2000-60 for $800 but with no software. My question is first is this a decent plotter, and just to learn and get my feet wet, what would be an economical software to start with.

    Thanks.....
     
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  2. Derf

    Derf Very Active Member

    Flexi Letter is good
     
  3. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    cocut pro 12 is great.. and very efficient..
     
  4. theroq

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    I have this plotter, we've made tons of money on this unit....far superior than the Roland. It's a work horse. We downloaded the drivers from Graphtec and we learned to use CyberCut, which we thought was cheese at first...But once you learn it.... It's great.

    But you can use Flexi or Cocut... OR something even cheaper...
    try Sign tools 3.... $150.00 on ebay or an old version of Cyber cut.....i always see everyone tryin to pawn that software off.... But it works great... We design on corel and import to cyber-cut.....
     
  5. bones

    bones New Member

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    I have the newer ce3000 and I design and cut with Corel nothing else no bridge program. If you want to stay cheep get Corel and your done. Now you can design and cut from one program. Just a thought!

    bones
     
  6. Slack11

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    thanks for the help, I'm gonna purchase Corel and hopefully print from that. Is there any tricks that I should look out for? I'm sure I'll be asking many more questions after I start to get into that.


    Thanks.
     
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