Is Wizard software available for an outsource?

Rozmataz

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I have a source that with CMC that I use on "difficult" projects. I am wondering if there is any way I can get a copy of the program so I can do the "layout" and just give it on disk? And what about custom shapes not already done on the program?

Any advise welcome.

Thank you,

Roz
 
Roz,

Don't tell anyone I told you, but you can have your "source" buy a copy for $79, give that copy to you and then you can design to your hearts content and save the files. Then just put the files on a disk or e-mail them to your "source" and voila, your "source" has the file.

Keep it a secret though.

Ohh this feels like international spy stuff.
 
Edd,

Thank you and I will keep this a secret. Hope no one else reads this post - just in case.

Thanks,

Roz
 
Better delete this thread now, before it's too late.

Roz,
Cutart that is not with the package can be designed in CADD or Corel and saved as a DXF file, it still has to be massaged in VCADD to cut. But then you could get a copy of VCADD too.

Edd,
It wouldn't be a bad idea to make a non-cutting version (Save only) for instances like these, however it would mean you might not sell,lease etc as many machines if you do. Make it available for a nominal fee. Eclipse has done this I believe.
 
Jerry,

We have a version that allows you to print the design but not save it. I don't see us changing this philosophy in the near future. Having said that, $79 for the capability of designing your own stuff and having the option to send it to be cut seems pretty reasonable to me.

In baseball terms I would call that a "farm system". As a shop gets comfortable using the software, they see how many more options they can offer their customers. It doesn’t take too many jobs to justify $245 per month, and voila. it's time for them or order a Wizard of their very own.

Better stop here or this will start sounding like a sale pitch.

[ 07-17-2003, 11:20 AM: Message edited by: WizardEdd ]
 
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