Engraving Training

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Neil D
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Engraving Training

Post by Neil D » Tue Aug 02, 2011 9:45 am

Hi, I have a EGX350 and use EngraveStudio.
I have used it for a while now and can do the basics, things like Vcarve and profile cutting, but looking to do something more advanced.
Is there any help you can give me or training?
Thanks

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Re: Engraving Training

Post by Andrew Dudley » Tue Aug 09, 2011 1:58 pm

Hi Neil,

Is there a specific application that you are trying to accomplish or is it a more generic?
Roland EngraveStudio is an OEM version of Vcarve Pro software from Vectric.
They have a number of good tutorials on their website, http://www.vectric.com so I would suggest having a look at those first.

From my experience I tried to create things on scrap material and test different designs to see what happened.

Hope this helps.

Andrew
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Re: Engraving Training

Post by Neil D » Fri Sep 09, 2011 1:51 pm

I have had a look at the site and it has a few things I can try now, but what I wanted to do was pictures so I'm looking at the MPX90 and PhotoVcarve now.

Thanks for the link though

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Re: Engraving Training

Post by Andrew Dudley » Mon Sep 12, 2011 3:51 pm

Glad you found it useful. Vectric also have a users forum so you could try searching there for and useful tips and tricks.
If you manage to use these new features you can always post in our gallery section your latest masterpiece.
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Roland DG (UK) Ltd
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