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Somewhat similar to the [[Equipment/OldVinylCutter| vinyl cutter that was on loan previously]].
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Somewhat similar to the [[Equipment/OldVinylCutter| vinyl cutter that was on loan previously]]. Reputable chinese vinyl cutter.
  
 
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Because getting software to work with it is problematic for some, I'm working on a web interface that allows HPGL files (and possibly other vector file formats - DXF etc) to be uploaded and then sent appropriately formatted down a USB serial connection. [[User:Simon Hewison|Simon Hewison]] ([[User talk:Simon Hewison|talk]]) 10:41, 18 October 2019 (UTC)
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Plotting directly from Inkscape seems to work fine, though if you want to save an hgpl output you'll need to add newlines before sending it to the plotter.

Latest revision as of 13:20, 9 December 2019

LIYU SC-631AM
LIYU-SC631-AM.JPG
Sub-category Crafts
Status Good working order
Last updated 9 December 2019 13:20:28
Consumables Vinyl, cutting blades, transfer paper
Training requirement optional
ACnode no
Owner Hackspace
Origin Pledge:_Vinyl_Cutter
Location Craft Room
Maintainers tgreer

Intro

Somewhat similar to the vinyl cutter that was on loan previously. Reputable chinese vinyl cutter.

Specifications

Make LIYU
Model Item SC-631AM
Max Paper Width 710mm
Max Plotting Width 630mm
Interface Serial Port or USB Port
Language Format DMPL/HPGL
Max Plotting Speed 400mm/s
Max Cutting Force 800g

Because getting software to work with it is problematic for some, I'm working on a web interface that allows HPGL files (and possibly other vector file formats - DXF etc) to be uploaded and then sent appropriately formatted down a USB serial connection. Simon Hewison (talk) 10:41, 18 October 2019 (UTC)

Plotting directly from Inkscape seems to work fine, though if you want to save an hgpl output you'll need to add newlines before sending it to the plotter.