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Old Timer PC600 Print Cut

Discussion in 'Roland' started by bobkeyser, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. bobkeyser

    bobkeyser New Member

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    Does anyone know of a video or downloadable booklet that just will tell me how to send print and cut to Roland Pc600 drivers installed on XP machine. and was able to send a print to it so I know they are communicating. I want to send print all the colors then have machine auto cut around artwork like a uneven sticker or something.
    I have Flexi 8 and every Adobe product
    Long story short a guy I cut vinyl for wanted this machine as back up and for me to play with.

    Thanks in advance for any help
    Bob@bobswebs.com

    It will preform a self test prints then cuts just fine but when I try to print from computer it prints 1/2" by 2" rectangles.
     
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  2. Sign Works

    Sign Works Very Active Member

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    I have found Flexi Pro to be the most efficent software to run the PC-600, you don't even need to install any Roland drivers. Flexi has it all, just do a set-up for that paticular devise.
     
  3. Tizz

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    Flexi is the way to go. I design using Illustrator and create my cut line with a 0.01 line thickness in black. Open it in Flex and select my black cutline and convert this to a contour cut. That's it. Send it to the machine and it prints then cuts.
    Just use the correct profiles when printing.
     
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    Preppie! lol... my first post...
     
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