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Graphtec details software overhaul

Graphtec GB has moved to widen the software options across its range of cutters in the UK and Ireland after parent company Graphtec Corporation secured a new global deal with SAi.

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Graphtec Pro Studio, Graphtec Pro Studio Plus and Cutting Master 4 are now available on Graphtec GB cutters

Under the agreement, Graphtec cutters will now be available as standard with a choice of three newly created software packages. Based on the FlexiSIGN family of design and production software, they comprise Graphtec Pro Studio, Graphtec Pro Studio Plus and Cutting Master 4.

Graphtec Pro Studio offers a range of options when creating original designs; in addition to the basic tool functions users will be familiar with, these now include more advanced functions such as shape editing and auto trace and weld. Other key features include automatic registration mark creation, and the addition of weed and border lines.

Meanwhile, Graphtec Pro Studio Plus includes a wider range of tools to choose from, such as smart nesting for designs larger than the substrate to which they are being applied. Also available as a payable upgrade is The Animated Viewer Tool, which enables users to view and analyse the cutting order and amend this ahead of the cutting process.

Also now available is Cutting Master 4, a plug-in option for Adobe Illustrator and CorelDRAW graphics suites. Graphtec GB says that this will allow users to drive the cutter with minimum input, in addition to “radically improving production efficiency”.

Graphtec GB supplies cutters to the sign and graphics companies, print service providers, digital print firms, and print wear and promotional product specialists across the UK and Ireland.

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