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readme.txt

ROBOCUT
^^^^^^^

Robocut is a simple graphical program to allow you to cut graphics with a Graphtec Craft Robo 2 Vinyl Cutter model
CC220-20 and Sihouette SD.

It can read SVG files produced by Inkscape, but it should also work with other SVG files.
Unlike the official programs, Robocut can run on Linux and probably Mac OS X with a tiny bit of work.
It may work with the newer CC330-20 model if the USB IDs are changed, but I don’t have one to test with.

AUTHORS
^^^^^^^

Tim Hutt, Markus Schulz

INSTALLATION
^^^^^^^^^^^^

See install.txt

INSTRUCTIONS
^^^^^^^^^^^^

Basic instructions are:

1. Create a new A4 portrait drawing in Inkscape. (For the registration mark feature you can use the supplied public domain letter_reg-marks.svg file)
2. Make sure in the options, the default export DPI is 90.0
3. Paste your stuff into the drawing.
4. Export as Plain SVG.
5. Open the SVG with Robocut.
6. Make sure it will cut correctly with the View->Animate option.
7. File->Cut.

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31/10/2010