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Software Help LED layout software

Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by seaboard signs, Dec 17, 2019.

  1. seaboard signs

    seaboard signs New Member

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    Looking for a software that we can use to do population layout for different brands of LED's in Channel Letters.
     
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    myront CorelDRAW is best

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    myront CorelDRAW is best

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  4. jimdtg

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    LED Wizard is software you need. If you are Corel's user, you may look for some essential macros.
     
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    Normally we just had place LED modules as we go but i have been interested in a program to assist with this and mainly collect all of the data and label the drawings so i don't have to do it separately. I downloaded the free version of the software and then i realized there are only two brands of LED's available in the program, Principal and GE. I didn't notice at first that the software is developed by Principal LED. I sort of assumed i would be able to add additional LED modules to the library even if i had to create them and put in the specific data. I can't figure out how to do that and it doesn't say anywhere in the help documentation that i can. Am i missing something here? In the video above he has a whole list of different brands to choose from.
     
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    I guess your issue is limited as it's free version as you mention.
     
  7. Joe House

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    LED Wizard was actually produced by the Neon Wizard folks, before I even heard of Principle LED. They used to support a wide variety of manufacturers. Have you contacted them to see if the pay versions offer more brands than the free version does?
     
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