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    Graphtec CE6000plus and Coreldraw2020

    Is anyone using a GRaphtec CE6000plus and the latest Coreldraw? Just purchased an unused Ce6000plus cutter but cant get it to work with my Coreldraw 2020

    Everytime I try and cut I get an error message

    Running Coreldraw not Found

    Can anyone help?
    Mimaki CG60-st cutter , Ricoh 3110 sub printer , OKi laser , Epson inkjet , 2x heat press , mug press , cap press, Flexisign pro and coreldraw X6..............and learning ...........

    and now a Roland SP-300v Versacamm !!!!!!

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    You will need to download Cutting Master from Graphtec..

    It is a free plugin which installs in CorelDraw and lets you cut direct (also works in Illustrator)

    Make sure you have the full version of Corel though as I don't think it works with the cut price student edition.

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    Ditch Corel and go with sure cuts a lot pro.

    So much better and easier to use.
    If I have helped please hit the thanks button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrteajunkie View Post
    Ditch Corel and go with sure cuts a lot pro.

    So much better and easier to use.

    I'm with Mr T on that. I've used it for well over 5 years now for all of my cutting.


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    Why ditch corel if that is what the OP has always worked with? They may use it for other work not just to cut stuff, not a really helpful answer. I have an old Graphtec 7500 that is connected to an old XP laptop, which is not connected to the internet, but to my network, that I use for cutting my garment vinyl. This is because I have a workshop and studio. I can open the file on the XP laptop in an old version of coreldraw and then use cutting master 2 to cut the file.

    Or as the second poster says try the Cutting Master download and see if that connects.
    Many thanks
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    Equipment used A4 Ricoh printer, HP3085 Heat Press Graphtec cutter, Jarin mug press, CJV 30-60 solvent printer and lots of help from DSF.

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