to Vector Conversion for all Cutting and Engraving Applications
2 Now Shipping! NEW Features
in Version 2!
and IMPROVED Features
- Stroke Fonts!
types of color separation are supported.
images of pure colors are instantly outlined. For example, a 6-color
logo designed with a paint program can be imported with the edge of each
filled area automatically displayed. Where two colors share a common
intersection one line is displayed. Colors can also be deselected.
colors from complex color images can also be manually selected for vectorization.
In addition, you can threshold gray scale or color images so that the resulting
black and white image is vectorized.
got big improvements here!
entire user interface has been upgraded. TrueType text can now be
placed on an arc or series of arcs. This feature includes right and
left justifications. Vector outlining of the text is also easier
and faster. Text boxes are a thing of the past and text zooms without
changing size or placement.
Tool - Two
parallel lines bridge the distance between two original lines.
Stroke Fonts! Stroke
fonts cut very quickly, their optimum design characteristics enable dramatically
reduced cutting time, which can save you a lot of time and money. The more
you inscribe the more time and money you save. If you are currently locked
out of this market stroke fonts may be exactly what you need.
is an invaluable feature when cutting parts to keep island areas from falling
out. The bridge width is user settable.
or edit the cutting order.
the cutting order, then if required modify it quickly; cut selected line
first, last, or somewhere in-between.
open document support!
Shop supports multiple images so that several drawings may be worked on
at the same time; vector entities can be copied from one drawing to another.
Nesting Option - Cut
multiple copies of an object from a single sheet of material.
Nesting quickly fills a sheet of material with copies of parts to be cut.
(There is an additional charge for this feature.)
Text and original graphics
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