Apr 17, 5: April 17th, Apr 17, Because it picks up the blade each time the corners are not completely cut and it can leave little bits of material in the corners making it hard to weed. The time now is Never really like it when I used it anyways. April 29th, If so, were there problems setting it up?
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Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. I saw a few videos of the mimaki cutting, it was really slow and it didn’t inspire confidence, especially when the weeding of really big letters failed. I was just checking on the mimaki because one appeared on ebay and I never researched that brand I totaly understand!
Last edited by Corel Whisperer; February 3rd, at Apr 17, I’ve never had a cutting problem and have installed it on a couple of XP computers.
Originally Posted by rookie April 17th, Apr 17, I don’t have Windows 7 yet but my understanding is you can run Win7 in XP mode. October 28th, What driver are you using?
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I’m not running one, but I can tell you there isn’t a mimwki for this unit and Windows 7, or Vista. February 1st, Feb 1, 5: February 1st, I was actually looking at the gcc expert lx until I was made aware on this very forum – https: You can call me: Does this still hold true?
The CG60 is run using a driver for another cutter so it can be a little strange at times. February 3rd, Feb 3, 9: To give you an example of back cutting…normally if cg-6st send a rectangle to the cutter it will cut from point 1 to 2 to 3 to 4 and back to 1 to complete the rectangle.
Jan 31, 6: Please refer to your Plotter’s Manual for how to do this. Most Mimaki plotters must be set to Lower Right Orientation.