This gives you a control panel with lots of confusing options. At this point, everything should be ready to go. To try out my new machine, Mel Ebbles of Ebbles Miniatures was kind enough to provide me with his Modular Hills paper model. ROBO Master was assuming I had a different model of the cutting machine, which was why it couldn’t find the driver. OK, this was another part that took some trial and error to figure out.
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With so many templates for you to download you can make paper toys, cars, games, cards, novelty boxes, labels, pop up greetings cards, stickers and much more. A separate plastic baggy holds the blade a plastic cylinder and three different colored caps cdaft the caps control how deep the blade will cut. Roob the first few uses, the carrier sheet can be very sticky – pull slowly to separate the paper from the sheet.
CraftROBO : Software & Drivers
When I tried to click the output button, I got an error message about needing to install the driver I ignored the warning, and everything worked fine. When the machine stops, the display on the machine will say “Remove media” – pressing Enter will cause the carrier sheet to be ejected. But how to cut them out?
I eventually found the problem: Or, rather, you lift the lid, and place the sheet into contact with the white roller wheels. Cutting onto the patented cutting mat allows you to die cut shapes out of many different materials. My machine came with two sheets: This gives you a control panel with lots of confusing options. First, you peel off the cover which is pre-scored into three pieces, I suppose to make it easier to find an edge to start peeling from.
Please note that this machine does not have an optical eye, therefore is not capable of cutting around printed out images. The second problem I had is that the machine couldn’t find the registration marks.
And then it’s time to click the Cut button This may cause the paper to have a slight curl. After you press cut, the machine zooms the carrier sheet back and forth several times for no apparent reason, then begins the cutting operation. If that goes well, the software will then ask if you want to cx300 to cut. Creating your own designs has never been easier.
You then slide the blade into the blade holder on the machine, apparently with the tag pointing to the front the diagram is hard to xraftthen turn the green tab to lock it in place. But of course, if you have a good imagination just think what you could achieve.
Cutting Plotter Machines (Craft ROBO CC300/330)
So I puzzled through the manual for some time If this happens, try again – but this time leave the lid up, and watch the light to see where the machine is looking for the registration mark.
During the driver install, I got a prompt telling me that I roho ignore any warning about it being non-compliant with Microsoft. To keep the paper steady during cutting, and to protect the cutting surface of the machine, you attach the paper you want to cut to a carrier sheet before inserting it into the machine.
Here’s the basic idea: Check out the full details of the DesignMaster software dobo you go any further – you won’t be disappointed! The machine should then scan the page, find the registration marks, the software will confirm that you want to vraft, and then the cutting operation begins. And then I got the prompt from Microsoft, warning that the driver had not been tested or approved by them.
Craft Robo Templates: GRAPHTEC – Craft ROBO CC – A4 Cutting Plotter
Next, if you haven’t done so already, is time to put the blade in the machine. A word of advice here: The box cd300 the machine itself which is about the size of a small printerpower supply and cord, USB cable, blade, carrier sheets, CD, and manuals. Using the Silhouette Studio software is simple, cutting the most intricate shapes is a cinch.
New Carrier sheets with a grid – the latest carrier sheets come with a grid on, making it easier to use up your scraps of card.