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Posted on V-Carve PRO or Aspire 9.0 anybody goin for upgrade

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#1 posted 07-29-2017 08:21 PM

As I understand it, V-carve Pro 9 has included more CAD like tools into the design part of the program. That is enough for me to go for it. I get tired of having to design in Coreldraw or Autocad and then import the graphic into V-carve. It would be nice to just use one program for simple mechanical designs.

- ArtMann

Check out the new videos for V9. Lots of nice stuff. Drawing aids, 2-sided machining, etc. @ Vectric Support

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