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    Default Re: Aspire or Carveco

    I do have the latest Vcarve. I did think about just buying the pre maid files for either ebay or vectric, they are cheap enough. The 3d aspect is a little fascinating to me, I also like the idea of being able to create just about anything I could need/want for a cabinet.



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    I think what Gary means is that you only have to pay every two years.
    Full releases every other year, and .5 releases in between. The .5 releases are free upgrades. (Note that their website says usually, but it's always been the case in the past.)

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    Default Re: Aspire or Carveco

    I would like to add a left field suggestion here;if you really want to get into 3D work why not take a look at Rhino 6? I just checked the pricing and its $995.It will work with all manner of file formats and is a very capable piece of software.You can create the object you want,or download a file and then modify if you need before exporting as an .stl which your Vcarve will happily work with.It might be worth spending a little time looking at the Rhino tutorials on youtube.



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