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  • CNC Software for ZUND G3 (Artpath like)

    Posted by Tomas_V on February 2, 2024 at 2:08 pm

    I used to work with Gerber Sabre 408 and it had Artpath, which I think was brilliant 🙂
    Now I work with ZUND G3, it is a better machine, but the software is very rudimental.
    I have to do a lot of work manually in Illustrator. Loved how Artpath would generate offsets, Toolpaths etc.
    Is there something similar that is compatible with ZUND?

    RobertLambie replied 5 months, 2 weeks ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • RobertLambie

    February 6, 2024 at 12:47 am

    Hi Tomas

    I know there are several users active on UKSB that run Zund, ESKO and similar flatbed cutters who will most likely be able to answer your question better than me… So hopefully they will see your post.

    I have not used the software, but the Gerber software sounds like a bit of an “all-in-one” that allows you to route/cut etc directly from the same software. I am guessing Zund has less functionality or it is more of a RIP type of software.

    I use Cadlinks Signlab and I have used it for 25 years now. I can honestly say it’s the most user-friendly sign software that I have ever used.
    We design everything from signlab and although we still export as PDF if sending to print and cut machines, or PLT etc for routering… it can operate directly/seamlessly to a CNC flatbed, Router, Printers etc as it has its own built-in RIP.

    Signlab is sold in Modules so you only buy the modules you require for the functionality you need.
    but I would imagine for the full spectrum of functionality you will need the top-end package which includes everything. We currently have 5 full packages and wouldn’t be without, worth every penny.

    You can download Signlab as a Free Trial.

    Before downloading it, I would contact them and ask them to specify the package you need for the functionality you want. however, I am saying that the trial might be a fully functional package.


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