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  1. Using a Titan 3SE with Vinylmaster DSR V4.0 and the Force Control box is now missing. Normally there is an option to set the Force and Speed. Perhaps I clicked a check box somewhere to turn this option off. Any ideas how to get this back? Thanks in advance!
  2. Using two of the Titan-2 28” at my work and I have a Titan-3 SE 28” at home, all are using Vinylmaster DSR V4.0. Using the Titan-2 this past week I had a 30 piece 3-layer vinyl project and each layer of the design was about 20x20 inches. One thing that would have made this project a little easier if I could figure out how the “Advance After Plot” works. This is at the bottom of the attached photo. What I think this is supposed to do is advance to the cut trough so you can make the cut. Doesn’t appear to work checked or unchecked. I have been manually advancing the X position on the Titan-2 to 120 to make the cut and then back to 15 for the next plot. The Titan-3 has a different cut trough location. Have not found any setting in Vinylmaster or in the cutter itself for the “Advance After Plot” length. I hope this is not a repeat question as I have searched through the forum and did not find a solution. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks, Dave
  3. Thanks for the information. I'm determined to figure out how to do this and I will post the fix when finished. Dave
  4. I see the checkbox adds or removes the cut line but it does not advance to the cut trough when finished. Thanks, Dave
  5. IamDave

    titan 3 se grounding

    This attached photo is the ground on my Titan III SE. Had issues during cooler weather with the cutter just stopping all of a sudden. Vinyl causes static and all has been good since installing this ground wire. Hope that helps! Dave
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    How is this made? CNC Router?

    Well, this is a year and a half too late but that was likely made on a CarveWright. If you look closely there are vertical lines in the recess of the carve, mine do the same.