If you can't get the print function to work, I think you can use "save as" in Corel to save your design as a .dxf or an .ai file and then use "import" in your laser software to import one of those file types.
Our print drivers are released and come with our 400mhz control card. They only work with our 400mhz control card.
We do not anticipate any price changes at the moment. The control system and software are the most expensive part of the laser. Unfortunately top American programmers and engineers charge a lot more than Chinese factory workers and all our control cards and software is designed 100% in the USA.
We guarantee our software and control system makes a huge difference and offer a full 60 day money back guarantee (minus shipping and handling).
To most of our customers it is the difference between having a door stop and a useful tool.
I can appreciate that... For now everything works fine if I export to .dxf from CorelDraw then import into newlydraw.... works like a charm.. i guess it's just a convenience thing
to be able to direct print to my laser cutter with your product?
RetinaEngrave replaces both the motor drivers and the control system.
-superior motor control with DMOS motor driver chips (no heatsinks)
-400mhz processor with 10ns timing resolution of the laser pulse (full tickle pulse in a glass tube)
-superior vector cutting algorithms using state of the art spline trajectory vs traj trajectory of other low end systems
-superior rastering with bit perfect results and optimized tickle pulse (tested with HgCdTe photodetectors)
-superior combined vector+raster
-USB upgradable flash firmware
-Windows 7 32bit and x64, Vista and XP support
.DXF files are only for vector. You cannot output joint vector+raster in DXF. Not only can you output from CorelDraw but even MS Word in vector format under RetinaEngrave.
Instead of being stuck with CorelDraw 12 you can use any version past, present and future with a print driver.
But if your laser works for you then there is no reason to change it.
If you find your system limited, we offer a risk free 60 day money back guarantee.
We would not offer such an option if we weren't sure that it blows away your current system.
I was able to get moshidraw to send its butons over into the corel draw application by clicking "file" "options" "sync with corel draw." I now have "export bmp" and "export plt" buttons in my corel draw but after selecting the geometry and clicking "export" moshidraw does a lot of thinking and then nothing else happens. I have been searching for the source of the problem for a couple of weeks.
It depends on what you are doing. If you are trying to send a vector (cut) file to the Moshi unit, you must first make sure that the drawing is not 'grouped'. Go to arrange and click on 'ugroup'. Now hit the 'export LPT' button in the plugin and you will see a small square run very quickly around your drawn file. Then the 'Loading' icon will come up on the screen. After it is completely loaded, it should automatically go to the Moshi program so you can output the cuts. If you are doing a 'BMP' file, first make sure that you have a blank moshi screen. Then you can export the file to Moshi merely by clicking on the 'export bitmap' button. If you already have a file on the startup screen in Moshi, and not a blank screen, it will not send it over. With a PLT (vector) file, is should not matter. Any more questions, just ask. FYI, there is a gentleman at www.wildcircuits.com who is building a circuit board that will give us some of the power of a DSP, check it out.
Last edited by mondo50m; 04-01-2012 at 09:29 PM.
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Yeah I have ungrouped to export the PLT and it does the little flashing square thing and then just says loading.
I have a blank file in moshi and when exporting the bmp it just says loading.
So far my only option is to export the file as a JPEG and then import that from