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  1. You can even try just changing the USB cable to a different one. If you're running it through a USB hub, try a powered hub to help maintain the integrity of the data feed. Have you tried cutting something else? How large is the file that you're cutting? (no the size of the design, but the size of the file?) Have you tried different software?
  2. You're off to a good start!!
  3. Cutting strip no adhesive

    Hmm.. My LP has "lips" in the track where it holds the cutting strip down. Although it is far easier to do when some of the curled up tension is released from being shipped. Have you tried thin double-stick scotch tape?
  4. Layering designs.

    Depends on what you're trying to accomplish. You can certainly layer different colors on top of each other.
  5. Incomplete cuts

    Happy Belated!!
  6. Totally understand. I'm still attached to SignBlazer - one of the reasons why I run Windows on my Mac
  7. You're posting in Graphtec - so you have one. Graphtec has their own software that will run on Mac. As long as you have your Graphtec Serial Number, you can download their free software, which is quite powerful. --------- It's not hard to do a boot camp partition, but if want to run Windows within Mac, then you'll need either Fusion or Parallels. Either option requires you buy their software. Boot camp will either run Mac or Windows, but not both simultaneously. Regardless of how you want to install/run Windows, you would need a license. I'm on a MacPro, running Parallels with Windows 7. I have two cutters (LP 24 & Graphtec CE6000). I can run my Graphtec from either Mac or Window, but my LP is Windows only.
  8. Remove/Delete color

    If you don't need that color, then don't cut it. It might be layered in some where in your design, but hidden under other layers.
  9. Bonus Decal! Yea!

    I think this is the first "free" decal I have ever received from a company. It was a very pleasant surprise to see a major company tossing in a cut decal. Win!
  10. Incomplete cuts

    I was wondering if SB was going to choke on the file size, but it managed to open it ... not very well if you're getting complete lines in GPS
  11. Incomplete cuts

    Am I missing something? This is what the dxf gives me. Lots of gaps. The file is also a little big - there's a LOT of nodes. Try cutting or plotting the file that Dakota posted and see how that goes.
  12. Shop series or professional cutter?

    Yes, unfortunately it's not the Roland style. The one you're looking for is SKU: AGTK-60
  13. Shop series or professional cutter?

    I use the CE3000-60 driver with SBE, seems to work perfectly for me.
  14. Shop series or professional cutter?

    I'm a die hard believer in Clean Cut Blades! I cut with the 60-degree 99% of the time, but have 45-degree on hand for thicker stuff.
  15. Incomplete cuts

    offset should not be negative. when using the pen, offset is 0, when using blade, typically 0.25 (sometime it can vary 0.23 - 0.28). could you post the file that you're cutting? the rest of us can take a look at it. if you do a test "cut" from the cutter's onboard control panel, what does that look like?