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Mimaki updates FineCut software for CorelDraw X6

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By James Matthews-Paul
10 October 2012

FineCut 8.0.4 allows users to leverage CorelDraw X6's 64-bit support

Version 8.0.4 of the Mimaki FineCut plug-in for CorelDraw X6 is now available for existing users with an original v6 or v7 installation disc.

"The upgrade to ensure full compatibility with the latest CorelDraw release will be a welcome addition for our sign-making customers and offers them powerful and productive features out of the box," explains Richard Williams, responsible for software at exclusive UK and Ireland Mimaki distributor Hybrid Services.

FineCut is Mimaki's proprietary cutting software plug-in and is supplied with the manufacturer's cutting plotters, offering industry-specific functionality.
 

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