The last version that was OSX native was 11 and it was dog slow too. However, that arrangement doesn’t work for two platforms. If so, you shouldn’t have any difficulty. I forgot about that one. Having to buy an entire operating system to install on the Mac just to get the laser to work defeats the reasoning people buy Mac’s in the first place. Originally Posted by Peck Sidara. David “The Stunt Engraver” Lavaneri.
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Reason why it worked was likely because Mac offered the same driver. Saying your laser runs on a Mac and meaning mc you have a Intel based Mac and can run windows and you switch over to Windows when you want to use the laser” is not exactly what the rest of the world considers “runs on a Mac”. Likewise, I wouldn’t have struggled so long before I settled on Epilog if they had a native Mac driver. A little off topic but not too much As max as driver support I would be very pleased to see Corel return to the Mac.
My Mini should be hooked up this Thursday!
Epilog Laser Mac Driver
Now that I bought a Mini, I have to learn everything all over, but it looks like it will be a lot easier, since the HP print driver is fussy about settings. Just don’t hold your breath for that to occur any time soon if ever! I do agree with time estimation and a direct Mac driver for the number of graphic artists that prefer and have used Mac’s thruout their schooling and career.
You people have created a great community, and deserve to be commended.
Introducing the Epilog Mac Driver
Connected via Ethernet and works great. Rob, The reason to use Acrobat Reader is nac that you don’t have to have a Windows version of Illustrator in addition to your Mac version. And thank-you for your post so I can add my OT remarks to your thread. With Apple’s being sold in more and more retail stores, I hope someone will pay attention and get some drivers out.
I have had to maintain older system and software corel10 to use the laser, but they all work well together. I would like to know whether anyone out there has used a MacBook Helid to run a laser, specifically an Epilog.
Until then, VMWare works just fine. What I would like to macc is what environment you are running under and whether you have had unforeseen issues with either your driver or the software.
You may have a different preference. But my personal opinion is that running a laser from a MAC is a waste.
I just ran the Epilog for about 30 hours straight and the thing won’t die, even though the bulb was replaced 5 years helid I’m not positive, but I think Universal Lasers have developed, or are developing, true Mac compatibility.
Hopefully all of the major players will have native Mac drivers. Sponsored Forums Private Forums Authors.
Results 1 to 15 of I helixx using both Corel in its latest release and AI to run the laser, depending on my needs or the needs of my clients.
It should be much easier to make a version of Corel for Mac these days after the switch to Intel.
From what I understand, the MacBook Pro is no different that the standard MacBook other hekix cosmetics and a few features? However, I would prefer running the laser from the MacBook Pro. The end result, though, is like owning 4 licenses two for each platform for the price of two. Hopefully our resident Corel eppilog will see this and post some good news for us Mac people. If the top companies don’t come out with one, you can bet the Asian companies will.
I still use a Dell XPS for my “main” system, and I have an older Dell Dimension that I was thinking about hooking up to the laser it will run elsewhere in my studio. I don’t understand your last comment. David “The Stunt Engraver” Lavaneri. My belief is that there is a substantial untapped market out there of hhelix designers using Macs that would think about laser engravers more seriously if they were compatible with their equipment.