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Graphtec help

Discussion in 'Graphtec' started by Fuzzbuster, May 8, 2008.

  1. Fuzzbuster

    Fuzzbuster Active Member

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    Ok guys

    Graphtec fc 7000 mk2-160

    Using flexi 7.6 for cutting

    I read the whole manual ,cant find

    How do you set it to a PERMANENT Pen/knife condition that will stay the same
    Mine right now is returning to condition 2 with default settings

    Or do you have to set the darn thing up every freakin cut
    and ...is there a one key option for cross cut or do you have to go thru the menu every time

    :help::help::help:

    Thanx in advance
     
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  2. Fuzzbuster

    Fuzzbuster Active Member

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    Great, thanx :thumb:

    Any ideas on the cross cut deal?
     
  3. Case

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    you can also set the priority under the background settings from program to manual on the plotter so it will just take the setting from the panel on the plotter and not any software you are using.

    there is no quick way to cross cut other than going to menu, next, cross cut....

    it's easy enough.....

    case
     
  4. Fuzzbuster

    Fuzzbuster Active Member

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    not as easy as a roland for crosscuting but ok
     
  5. Case

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    destroys the roland in speed and accuracy and has a 3 year bullet proof warranty...

    case
     
  6. Fuzzbuster

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    Like I said not as EASY but ok

    i`ve owned 4 different makes of cutters

    Best by far is my graphtec but the simplest one was a roland

    from experience
     
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