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  1. oneearthjc

    Newbie looking for advice

    I really appreciate your input WildGoose. I looked at the 30" Graphtec, but $4000+ is definitely way over my budget. I am a landscaper/stone worker by trade and am planning to use the plotter to create stencils for sandblasting. I might like to expand to other areas outside of stone engraving in the future. So, I'm leaning toward the Titan 2. I am not looking for the least expensive machine. I realize that you get what you pay for. I would be willing to spend more for a better machine, but need to be below the $1000-$1200 range. I need to make sure that I can make money in this field. I have already invested in the used Roland which was basically wasted money. Also, I am a Mac guy so I need a plotter which comes with Mac software. Thanks again for the insight.
  2. oneearthjc

    Newbie looking for advice

    Wild Goose, I did try SignCut with my Mac. The SignCut support people told me that SignCut was designed on a Mac using a Roland Camm1. I feel like the problem is in the cables. I cannot get my Mac to regognize that the plotter is attached. I hate to give up, but I am not savvy enough to get it to work. It's been very frustrating.
  3. oneearthjc

    Newbie looking for advice

    Great! Thanks for the advice.
  4. oneearthjc

    Newbie looking for advice

    I am looking to cut vinyl primarily for use in engraving rough granite. I purchased a used (probably 15 years old) Roland Camm1 CM24 a couple of years ago and just cannot figure out how to get my Mac to "talk" to it. So, I'm throwing in the towel and starting from scratch. I'd like to spend $1500 or less but could spend a little more if I would get a better bang for my buck. I will obviously need software too. If it makes sense for me to buy a used PC instead of using my Mac, I would be open to that. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks