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  • in reply to: force pinchwheels #47988
    reallygroovy
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    thank you sandy!! i received it today! that was quick! thank you for your EXCELLENT service!!!

    in reply to: force pinchwheels #47986
    reallygroovy
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    hi sandy. yes i am interested. i have been out of town. will email you. thanks!

    in reply to: force pinchwheels #47970
    reallygroovy
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    yes in the usa.  thanks sandy!

    in reply to: c3 auto pnci #47803
    reallygroovy
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    hi sandy,

    just saw your responses.  I think I typed my response after I figured it out.  anyway, just want to let you know that the scal reg marks worked perfectly in c3.  the software recognized the marks and I was able to use the auto feature.

    thanks again!

    in reply to: c3 auto pnci #47798
    reallygroovy
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    ok.  I think I figured it out.  somehow my machine settings were screwed up.  my tool settings were wrong – I don’t remember changing them, but, who knows. everything that was supposedly in mm were the actual inch measurements and vice versa.  I also found that I didn’t need the reg markers from the force zip file that I put in my design folder.  I printed and exported my file with the reg marks that scal generates and it worked perfectly.  anyway, thank you sandy for you help.  as always, I appreciate it!

    in reply to: c3 auto pnci #47795
    reallygroovy
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    still acting wonky.  the pattern size is now 8×11.  when I move the blade under the first reg mark and initialize the auto function, the blade carrier moves to the other side of the machine while scrolling and now there is a red light flashing

     

    in reply to: c3 auto pnci #47793
    reallygroovy
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    I noticed that every file that I export as an svg from scal has the incorrect pattern height and width with or without reg marks.

    thanks sandy

    in reply to: c3 auto pnci #47791
    reallygroovy
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    I imported the 4 arrow calibration file (file with regular reg marks and not exported from scal) and the width shows 7.5 and the height shows 10.0. vs 10.625/1’1.75 which came from scal

    in reply to: c3 auto pnci #47789
    reallygroovy
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    hi sandy,

    first of all, thank you for your quick response!  really appreciate it.

    1. 0.5.57
    2. I have a file with scores and cuts.  the scorelines and cutlines meet at 90 degree angles.  I never get straight lines at the end of each cutlines when using scal.  I’m guessing its because scal scores and cuts as it reads the files and the blade needs to change direction while going from cut to score/score to cut.  I find that if all the scores are done first and the cutlines are done last I get straighter lines.  unfortunately there is no option for that.  because c3 has that option, I figured I would use that software instead.
    3. the dpi is 90 — the default
    4. I don’t have a borderless printing option in my preference window.  I made sure my reg marks were inside the border in which one previews a file.
    5. auto pnc has worked for me when I was using mtc.  though I haven’t tried it lately.  I am using the 4 arrow calibration file.  for that file c3 indicates that the pattern width is 10.625″ and the height is 1′ 1.75″

     

    in reply to: c3 auto pnci #47786
    reallygroovy
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    one additional thing – I noticed that the pattern size indicated in c3 is not the same pattern size I imported from sure cuts a lot.  I use safari as my browser.  I know internet explorer doesn’t work.

    in reply to: unable to cut with c3 / scale 4 #45570
    reallygroovy
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    thanks for your quick response!!!  i am going to send you the screenshots.  by the way i noticed that when i had copied the x and y settings from c3, i thought the settings were in mm because my c3 screen said mm.  it looks like it was actually in inches.  when I changed the setting to inches  in c3, it showed the same values as it did for mm. oh well, i will send the screenshots within the next couple of days. it would be nice to connect wirelessly!

    in reply to: unable to cut with c3 / scale 4 #45061
    reallygroovy
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    thank you sandy! you definitely know your stuff.  after I changed my x and y to 1 my object resized correctly. when i initially input my x and y settings, i used the numbers from c3 using mm.  i then input those numbers into scal and changed my settings to mm.  i am guessing scal read my millimeter settings as inch settings.  oh well.  at least you figured that out!  i have no idea why c3 is not working with the 10.0.0.1 IP address, but for now its ok.  ill use scal on my mac!  thanks again sandy — you are a lifesaver!!

    in reply to: unable to cut with c3 / scale 4 #44833
    reallygroovy
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    B4C64DC2-B51D-4405-BCE1-9E86E1417844hi sandy,<!–more–>

    thank you for the quick response!  for some odd reason i cannot connect wirelessly so i have to do it as standalone. the value for the x&y is not the same value as i actually input. my c3 works on an old laptop but c3 will not work my macOs mojave. — safari.

     

    thanks!!

    in reply to: KnK force ac adapter #38322
    reallygroovy
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    thank you sandy! you are always on top of things and i sincerely appreciate your help!!!

    in reply to: print and cut problems with c3 #37257
    reallygroovy
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    thanks for the response sandy. i dont use surecuts alot for pnc. but after i updated my sure cuts alot software, i went to c3 to cut and it didnt recognize my reg marks. it was way off.  it wasnt until i put the xy coordinates from the manual that i could actually see the marks through manual pnc and with auto pnc it found my marks. i will try again and not have sure cuts alot open while i am running c3. hope this works or i really need to get my previous versions of both softwares back. thanks sandy.

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