[quote name='PapierDeLys' timestamp='1321133986' post='264295']
So I'll design an image in CorelDraw x5 and export it to esp for SB. When I import to SB it will show vectors that I didn't intend for it to. I think that if I were able to cut right from CorelDraw that all of my problems would be solved but since I can't seem to figure how to do that I'm stuck with SB
So Instead I'm hoping someone can share some fast ways of cleaning up my files when I do import them into SB. I'be been cutting for near about two years and think that I have a pretty good understanding of how everything works but if anyone knows please type it out very simply.
Check out the types of things I cut, most of them are more complex though.
How to cut direct from Illustrator & COREL
First of all you must get a NULL MODEM CABLE to go from computer to (plotter) cutter.
Make sure it’s a NULL MODEM CABLE and not just a PRINTER CABLE.
Null Modem serial cables allows two DTE or DCE devices to communicate with no conflict in data transmission
Then convert your line weight to the thinnest (the one with 2 ARROWS).
Set all lines at Wire frame.
Export as a .DXF file.
Send your .DXF file to your Printer.
Set your printer preference to your plotter cutter at PRINT.
REMEMBER YOU MUST CUT FROM A .DXF file.
This works for me and I hope it works for you.