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My PC60 and what software???

Discussion in 'Roland' started by hammered, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. hammered

    hammered Member

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    Im looking to see what program may best suit my needs. I have a PC60, Corel X3 and several demos (Signlab, Cocut and VMP) I dont plan on doing any design work. Most if not all my work will be customer supplied. Im looking for something that will allow me to create multiple dups so I dont have to CRTL D and align them by hand, rotate to save material and add contours for cutting. I use Cibercut as of now for my vinyl cuttingand it has all these features, but nothing for RIP. Ive seen Signlab OE from Ordway but as of yet havent had the time to call and see if it works like SL's Print and cut. Any suggestions, I am on a budget and was hoping to stay no higher than the mid 3 digits.
     
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  2. woolly

    woolly Active Member

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    corel and the roland windows driver, as far as duplicating there are other ways to do it in corel.

    woolly
     
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