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Pounce Patterns
Posted by: BJTred (216.142.36.---)
Date: August 10, 2007 12:55AM

Does anyone know of anyone that will make pounce patters for a fee.

Re: Pounce Patterns
Posted by: signzar (
Date: January 01, 2008 06:54PM

I bought the device that makes pounce patterns, but never used it. I've heard that it's hard on the machine. I usually just draw it and pounce it by hand with a pounce wheel. I have a Panther cutter and would sell the pounce attachment. Never been used.

Re: Pounce Patterns
Posted by: NHsignman (---.dynamic.dsl.seg.NET)
Date: September 02, 2008 02:08PM

I do them...I have an Allen Datagraph iThiry with both hotknife (great for cutting reflectives and fake gold) and the pounce blade. I've used it for charcoal pounce patterns for large theater backdrop signs.
Have hardly used it since I got a Versacam...but it's still sitting out back.
I run it off a 15 year old Mac with Flexi 4.5, so I need Mac based files, NO eps files or anything-just raw illustrator 1.1 or 88...I use Freehand to do all my artwork for it anyways-I can open Corel files or Illustrator .ai (save new Illustrator as LEGACY and find 1.1 there...convert all fonts first-do not leave
ANY fonts unchanged or I can't use it)

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