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ArtCut6 Plotter Software And Artcut Grapic Disc


How to Use Artcut 6 Plotter Software and Artcut Graphic Disc for Vinyl Graphics


Artcut 6 is a complete graphic design package for basic signs and vinyl graphics. It allows you to create, edit, and cut your designs with ease. Artcut 6 comes with a graphic disc that contains a modest collection of clip art and logos, as well as a .plt import program that lets you import .plt files from CorelDRAW and CASmate. In this article, we will show you how to use Artcut 6 plotter software and Artcut graphic disc for vinyl graphics.


Step 1: Install Artcut 6 Plotter Software and Artcut Graphic Disc


To install Artcut 6 plotter software and Artcut graphic disc, you need to have a Windows computer with at least 32 MB of RAM and 1 MB of hard disk space. You also need to have a compatible cutting plotter connected to your computer. Follow these steps to install the software and the disc:


Insert the Artcut 6 installation CD into your CD-ROM drive.


Run the setup.exe file and follow the instructions on the screen.


When prompted, insert the Artcut graphic disc into your CD-ROM drive.


Select the language you want to use and click OK.


Wait for the installation to complete and restart your computer if necessary.


Step 2: Create or Import Your Design


Once you have installed Artcut 6 plotter software and Artcut graphic disc, you can start creating or importing your design. You can use the tools and features in Artcut 6 to draw shapes, add text, edit nodes, apply distortions, group or ungroup objects, and more. You can also access all the installed true type fonts on your computer and use the clip art and logos from the graphic disc. Alternatively, you can import .plt files from CorelDRAW or CASmate using the .plt import program. To create or import your design, follow these steps:


Launch Artcut 6 from your desktop or start menu.


Select File > New to create a new document or File > Open to open an existing document.


Set the size and orientation of your document according to your plotter and vinyl specifications.


Use the tools on the left toolbar to create or edit your design. You can also use the menus on the top toolbar to access more options.


To use the clip art or logos from the graphic disc, select Insert > Clipart or Insert > Logo and browse through the categories.


To import a .plt file from CorelDRAW or CASmate, select File > Import PLT File and locate the file on your computer.


Save your design as an .ac6 file when you are done.


Step 3: Cut Your Design


After you have created or imported your design, you can cut it using your plotter. You need to make sure that your plotter is connected to your computer and turned on. You also need to load the vinyl sheet into your plotter and adjust the blade depth and pressure according to your vinyl type. To cut your design, follow these steps:


Select File > Cut Plot in Artcut 6.


Select your plotter model from the drop-down list and click OK.


Adjust the cutting settings such as speed, offset, quality, etc. according to your preferences.


Click Preview to see how your design will be cut on the vinyl sheet.


If everything looks good, click Cut Out to start cutting.


Wait for the cutting process to finish and unload the vinyl sheet from your plotter.


Weed out the excess vinyl around your design using a weeding tool or tweezers.


Conclusion


Artcut 6 plotter software and Artcut graphic disc are a great combination for creating basic signs and vinyl graphics. They are easy to use and compatible with most cutting plotters. With Artcut 6, you can create or import your own designs, edit them with various tools and features, and cut them with precision. 061ffe29dd






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