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Plotter software for Mac computers

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I’m looking for a software to drive my summa plotter from a Mac computer. Preferably low cost or free. Please let me know if anybody out there is using anything that works well. Thanks!

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This link is not of any use. It has plug-ins for Adobe Illustrator but there is no software to operate the machine from a Mac.

Thanks anyways!

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There is currently only a handful of cutting plotter software available for Mac system  on the market, I' ve used easy cut studio for 3 years now and am a happy customer.  It also works great for summa plotter, just go to Cutter menu -> Manage My Cutters and add the "Summa" option. But if you want to cut, then you need to set offset value at 0.00mm.

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Uh, Tinaers, isn't this your company?

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