SOFTWARE GUIDES | HOW TO VECTORIZE | SEND TO SIGNCUT | ESPAÑOL
HOW TO SEND VECTOR IMAGES TO SIGNCUT PRO
STEP 1: In order to use the “Send to SignCut” feature, the SignCut export plugin must be installed.
IMPORTANT: Make sure that CorelDRAW is NOT opened when installing the plugin, if not close it.
IMPORTANT: Antivirus software may block the SignCut export plugin. It is recommended to disable the Antivirus before downloading.
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STEP 2: Open the vector image by selecting either Open or Import from the File menu.
STEP 3: Locate the Application Launcher icon, click it and select Send to SignCut.
EXAMPLE: The Application Launcher in CorelDRAW X3.
EXAMPLE: The Application Launcher in CorelDRAW X4 and X5.
CAN'T FIND THE APPLICATION LAUNCHER?
STEP 4: Click Tools and select Options.
STEP 5: Click Customization, Commands, in the Drop-Down Window select All (Show All Items), scroll down to select Launcher and press OK.
NOTE: Once the vector image has been sent, SignCut Pro will open showing your vector image ready to be cut!
NOTE: Saving the images in order to import into SignCut Pro is not necessary if you have already used the above walk through in order to send the image directly from CorelDRAW to SignCut. Though it is always a good idea to save your image for future use.
SAVING THE VECTOR IMAGE
STEP 6: With the image already in Vector format, click File > Save As.
STEP 7: Select the location to save the file to, enter a file name and click Save as type.
NOTE: .EPS and .AI can work as well, but SVG is strongly recommended.
STEP 8: Click Save and the following screen will display. Make sure to select As Curves and click OK.
STEP 9: Now you can open the file in SignCut Pro by either clicking File > Open or Drag & Drop the file into SignCut Pro.