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Frequently asked questions

ProCut with other software
Which is the easiest way to read designs into ProCut?
How do I make ClikLink™ work with Corel Draw 9?
With what versions of Windows can I use my ProCut software?

Cutter drivers and settings for different plotter models
What cutting plotters can be used with Conclipse ProCut?
What settings should I use with Roland CAMM-1 from ProCut?
What settings should I use with Graphtec cutter from ProCut?
What settings should I use with Houston Instrument plotter from ProCut?
What settings should I use with Summagraphic from ProCut?
What settings should I use with Aristo cutting machine from ProCut?
What settings should I use with CSR cutting plotter from ProCut?

 
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  What is tha easiest way to import graphics to ProCut?

If you are using Corel Draw or Adobe Illustrator to create signs, you can use a unique function in ProCut called ClikLink™. Select programversion in the drop down menu and select from which program you whish to import the graphics. When you click the Transfer button the graphics is moved from the other program into ProCut..

If you are using another design software to create signs. You must manually choose "Export" and select the .AI or .EPS format. The file can now be imported to ProCut by selecting Import in the File menu.

  ClikLink dialog
 
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  How do I make ClikLink™ work with Corel Draw 9?

Early versions of Corel Draw 9 do not work with ClikLink™. This error is fixed by Corel in Corel Draw 9, Service Pack 2. Update your Corel Draw software to resolve this issue.

   
 
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  In which Windows-versions can I run my ProCut software?

 
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Windows 8
ProCut XP 6.0-6.6
X
 
ProCut XP 6.7
X
X
 
ProCut 7
X
X
X
ProCut 8
X
X
X
X
   
 
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  Some cutters require special settings

Roland DG
Size should be set to Expand-X or Rotate 90 for some models. On newer cutters the setting is called AXIS. Roland cutters should use Command mode 2.

Graphtec
Graphtec plotters should use the GP-GL command set. Graphtec cutters can use different resolution. Make sure that you use the corresponding driver in ProCut, other wise the size will become wrong.

Houston Instrument / Summagraphic
Should use the DM/PL setting.

Aristo
Aristo plotters should use software flow control. Set the Flow control setting to Xon/Xoff on the machine and in ProCut.

CSR
For CSR cutters a special cable is required. Download wiring diagram here.

   
 
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