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Vinyl Express and flexisign r31

Discussion in 'Flexi' started by ren_himself, Nov 2, 2011.

  1. ren_himself

    ren_himself New Member

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    Hey guys Im new here , and sorry for this but its my first post.. I have a vinyl express rseries r31 cutter and cannot get the cutter to show up in the production manager in flexi 8.1, i bought this company from a older guy going out of the biz and had my own pc, which is windows 7 btw,.. and have used the hpgl hp drivers , as well as all of the vinyl express ones listed... I cannot get it to connect.. I have to make all my designs and such in flexi then save and send over to the lame software veLxi to cut anything... I want to use one software to do it all.. the veLxi has very limited options, can someone point me in the right direction ?
     
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  2. AUTO-FX

    AUTO-FX Very Active Member

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    You dont really say, but have you checked the support pages at the Signwarehouse website? May be known issues and work arounds.
     
  3. AUTO-FX

    AUTO-FX Very Active Member

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    Also, I know my VE plotter has drivers installed like a desktop printer install. Then, In Flexi, the "printer" port is selected per the port connection to the machine.
     
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    Stealth Ryder Very Active Member

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  5. ren_himself

    ren_himself New Member

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    it wasnt exact as the link, but with pc knowledge, i think i have it, thank you so much.... Ive been looking for this for weeks!!!! Thank You!!
     
  6. Stealth Ryder

    Stealth Ryder Very Active Member

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    It looked to me to cover anything you would want to know about an RSeries Cutter and you are welcome... Google + keyword RSeries and BAM, took all of about 3 seconds...
     
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