|Mar 14, 2009, 08:15 AM||#1|
Decent Vinyl Plotter for Mac.
I'm after a medium quality vinyl plotter that works well with a Mac. I have only very small experience with plotters, but I thought if I keep my eye on ebay for a second hand bargain. I'm aiming for a Roland as my understanding is they are the best. I'm not in a rush, so will keep eye out for a bargain.
I use adobe illustrator cs3, and would like one that works well with it. Can anyone recommend a decent plotter they have had experience with that would be good for me. Obviously I want as many options as possible and as big as possible but realistically I'll only be doing signs / vans etc.
|Mar 14, 2009, 08:33 AM||#2|
I can highly recommend the Roland Stika, if it suits your size requirements. I used one for years on my PCs, had to stop when I switched back to Mac because it only used the parallel port for connection. Now I see that their new model is compatible with Macs and PCs, and uses USB connection.
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