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Hello /3/, I'm not entirely sure if this is the right board for this question but here goes.

I recently inherited a graphtec 3000-60 vinyl cutter/plotter and I was curious what software would work with this thing. It's fairly old; connects to the computer using db9 to db25 serial cable, also has ports for SCSI and firewire. I heard mention of vinylmaster pro, but is the latest version (4) too new for this thing? Would I need to back to version 2 or something? Thanks in advance.
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>>594495
Maybe try another thread on >>>/diy/
You may or may not get answers here, couldn't hurt to ask under other boards that would cover the subject.
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>>594501
Yeah, I'll crosspost to /diy/ and probably /g/ as well. Hopefully someone will know.
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also may wanna try /gd/ too as there is probably someone there who use these. Also i jelly you got to inherit a machine like that. Seen these in action cutting stickers, cool stuff.
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>>594495
Blender can definetely do this, and it's free.
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>>595224
You should grab the nearest blender and see what you can do to your hand with it.
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>>594495
How old is that machine. My ancient laser cutter just used raster or vector formats generated in Corel .
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>>595246
Kek




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