What's New in V9.5?
Upgrade today to version 9.5 and push the boundaries of your imagination with the new Picture Editing, Helical Arc Support & Text Editing features.
On this page you will find everything you need to know about how Cut2D Desktop has evolved through the past iterations and also everything you need to know about the latest release.
To upgrade, simply click on the ‘Upgrade to 9.5 Now’ button below to be redirected to your V&CO customer portal. once you have logged in you will be able to upgrade your software online by entering your payment details. the latest version of your software will download automatically following payment and will be stored within V&CO for future access.
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Regardless the version you are upgrading from, the price is the same.
Picture Editing Tools
Change contrast, brightness and gamma, add borders and crop Images
3D Helical Arcs in Ramping
Output helical arcs in a way that your machine understands.
In-place Text Editing & Transformations
See live feedback of the text that you create and edit.
Click on the versions below to find out what new features have been added
V9.5 is a FREE Upgrade for all V9.0 Customers
Picture Editing & Cropping
With the ability import bitmaps into the software, you can further edit imported images using the edit picture tool, this allows you to adjust the visual properties of a selected bitmap, enabling you to adjust the contrast, brightness and gamma of any selected image.
Borders of different sizes and radii can also be added to bitmaps for aesthetic purposes. Bitmaps can also be made black and white. The software also has the ability to crop images to any given vector allowing you to remove parts of the image you are not interested in.
In-place text editing and transforms
See live feedback of the text that you create and edit. Text maintains formatting, allowing you to easily make edits after the text has been created.
3D Helical Arcs In Ramping
Output helical arcs in a way that your machine understands. Makes for smoother cuts and smaller file sizes.
Helical arcs are like regular arcs when viewed in 2D but where the start z and the end z differ. They are typically found in toolpaths where ramping occurs.