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    I have basic software, with center-line. Can't figure out how to use 60 v bit to carve text.

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    Highlight the words you want to use a *V* bit for then go to the *tool bar* and choose *Bit Select*, choose whatever bit you would like to use.

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    Do I need to choose center line, outline, or raster. I programmed one raster and no feather and one in center line. Will carve this week end to find out. Thanks for info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tpf3 View Post
    Do I need to choose center line, outline, or raster. I programmed one raster and no feather and one in center line. Will carve this week end to find out. Thanks for info.
    would love to help you but if you had team viewer on the desk top and phone you or you phone me I could help send me a private massage and go from there
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    Click on Centerline in the text box area then *Conform* in the tool selection area.

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    Bigger Text will require a V90 Bit.
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