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Hey, I am new here. Wants to know more friends and of course know more about woodworking staffs.
My name is Mary, and i am from China. I am in woodworking machinery business, particularly cnc router machines, laser machines, engraving machines. Hope to know friends with the same interests here

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Originally Posted by cncrouter View Post
. . .I am in woodworking machinery business, particularly . . . engraving machines. Hope to know friends with the same interests here
Okay Mary let's give it a shot. Your timing couldn't be better. Tuesday I started trying to use Write Wizard in Mach 3 in order to engrave a simple logo on my products. The logo will consist of text only. I am using a 4 axis router but only use 3 of the axes for my current product line.

Do you recommend that I use Write, or should I learn to use something more versatile program like vCarve and invest in that learning curve right away so I can use the full potential of my machine and Mach3 - *or* do you have a software program as easy to learn as Write but more versatile?


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