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  1. Cutting to Summa D60 Directly from Corel

    As long as the cutter is connected to the machine that's got Corel on you'll have no problem. There's a plug-in on the Summa disk that gives you an extra button, it appears undocked at the beginning when you start the program but you can dock it and it'll stay there. It just throws your vector...
  2. Importing PDF Files

    If you were running XP SignLab P&C Thermal would be an option - Brings PDF's in sweet, does lots of other nice stuff too that's not possible in Omega. It's not perfect & not cheap but runs real nice on a beefy pc running XP Pro. I couldn't deal with running Win 98 all day. You deserve a medal...
  3. agfa grand sherpa 87 ?

    It's a Mutoh Rock Hopper 2 as far as I know.
  4. Corel 11 with Gerber Sprint

    How Much? How much did you pay for the Gerber Sprint II?
  5. Roland Hi-Fi jet fj-50

    Hi Doug: Don't know much about the Hi-Fi jet but the 5 year finance option on the Mimaki sounds pretty scary to me. You must be pretty confident that the machine will last. It seems to me that inkjets generally run into solvent related reliability issues after a couple or three years. This...
  6. Printing T-Shirt Transfers...

    I know a guy doing several hundred T-shirts a week with an Edge - in fact it's all he does, uses normal foils on 'Gerber colourflex' They look good, a bit heavier than plastisol prints.
  7. plugins

    SignLab 7 Hi Shaun: Cadlink states that you can use Adobe Plug-ins as long as you've got SignLab 7 Print & Cut or Print & Cut Server. Vinyl & Vinyl Pro do not support plug-ins. If you have not got the above versions of SignLab I wouldn't sweat it too much - My belief is that SignLab is playing...
  8. VersaCAMM Printing Speed

    Nice print Barry - Looks like you've got the hang of it!
  9. Corel for main software? / Corel Sign Tools 3

    This is a great thread - sign programs that are constantly gouging users for multi $ upgrades will soon be a thing of the past I'm sure. Graphtec & Summa both bundle cutting programs with their cutters. Summa's also include a Corel Plug-in (bridge - I guess?) - I think Graphtec bundle an...
  10. Hello from Alabama!

    Sorry Jay: I've no experience of the Summa thermal offering whatsoever. They make pretty good cutters though - Gerber re-badge them and call them as P2C's - funny old world eh?. Steve.
  11. Hello from Alabama!

    I think you've decided Hi Jay: I think that you may have made your own decision on this one. The great thing about the Edge over the Versacamm is that for vehicles, with the versacamm you will require liquid lamination - there's just no way around it. If a police car gets washed once a week...
  12. Hello from Alabama!

    Hi Jay: I work for a sign supplies company here in New Zealand. I've seen several Versacamm's and the stuff they can do and would agree very strongly with what Fred says. They're easy to operate and create awesome graphics - or dreadful graphics, depending on whether you're colorblind or not :)...
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