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01-01-2010, 07:12 PM
Hi all,

I've been running this software for a couple of months. For me it's greatest strength is that if I don't use it for a while I don't have to relearn it. Its very intuitive. I tend to cut profiles out of plasitcs and wood so the partial tab function is a godsend.


Lee Roberts
02-01-2010, 02:23 AM
Me to, I really like how easy it all is to do stuff.

I think it’s a good starting package for people just getting going, the price is great to at 100 last time I looked.

100 for that and 100 for Mach3, now that really makes it affordable !

30-01-2010, 10:56 AM
As a newbie I have to be careful I do not buy lots of software that is not what I need. Can anyone tell me how easy the Vectric product range intergrate with MACH3? I am thinking of starting with VCarve Pro and MACH3.

30-01-2010, 12:11 PM
Hi Ccrewz, Cut2d has a postprosesser for Mach2 and 3, and there is also an option to download the program directly to the machine.

Another important influence on your software selection is what sort of work you'll machine. Take nothing for granted when looking at the specs.

Download demo progs to check.

If VCarve Pro is as intuative as Cut2d then it'll be brilliant.

VCarve Pro is on my wish list.


31-03-2011, 07:44 AM
Just thought I would update this post....
I tried the downloads from Vectric and went with VCarve Pro.
It is great! Expensive but Great!