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Thread: Upgrading basic to 3.0?

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    Default Upgrading basic to 3.0?

    Going to bite the bullet and finally upgrade, but question I already have
    * Pattern Editor (Probe)
    * Centerline
    * Conforming Vectors
    For the basic version.
    Will i need to purchase the addons again for 3.0?

    Download 3.0 trial and no of my previous purchase stuff shows up.
    John

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    All your add ons will show up with your registered version of 3.

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    Thanks bergerud
    John

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    Does the new software help doing inlays?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaustin View Post
    Does the new software help doing inlays?
    It would depend on how you do your inlays and what kind of inlays. Epoxy fill, male female match, etc. There are many things you can do with the latest version of the software but nothing that I know of that is specific to inlays.
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    The v-carve feature might help...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnfrwd View Post
    The v-carve feature might help...
    Yes! The vector group feature in version 3 would certainly improve the appearance of an epoxy inlay as opposed to just assigning a bit to a depth.. The centerline add-on would also improve the appearance for text. However, I don't think these features could be used to create a matching male-female inlay. Not easily anyway.
    Last edited by SteveNelson46; 04-20-2017 at 10:17 AM.
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    Thanks Steve was wondering for male to female inlays.
    John

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