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Good morning , i am new to this forum and was wondering if anyone could help? , took delivery of a new Roland egx 350 and having read through the manual several times ,watched all the you tube tutorials i am still struggling to get the results i was looking for , is there anybody with a Egx350  who could help me ?   thanks  Eddie 

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Don't buy something you do not fully understand and know how to operate.

 

In other words seek professional training even if it costs to send someone out as it will save you money and time in the long run.

If you see my previous post , i said i didnt fancy a 800 mile round trip at xmas , also asked if anybody  with a 350 could help  , if i wanted quotes i would have bought the works of shakespeare !!! :)

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If you see my previous post , i said i didnt fancy a 800 mile round trip at xmas , also asked if anybody  with a 350 could help  , if i wanted quotes i would have bought the works of shakespeare !!! :)

 

If you pay someone they come to YOU.

 

Your new to the forum and not used to the slightly sarcastic banter yet !. Don't take it personally it's just how most forums work.

 

There are people who will help you but i still recommend getting expert tuition as it will pay for itself in the long run, either that or struglle with youtube

videos and months of endeavour and you will get there yourself.

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No i did have one for about 3 weeks without instructions and could not get it to work correctly. I gave it back to the person who was trying to sell

it to me.

 

I have 3 old Hermes V3000 engravers that are 30+ years old and cartridge based and still work really well although one is in bits for spare parts.

 

I also have a Gravograph LS100 laser engraver and this is where i did need to pay to learn how to use it and after 5 hours training we only

scratched the surface of what the machine is capable of.

 

Best of luck with your machine and i am sure you will get to grips with it in the end.

 

Make sure you Visit the trade shows as they can often get you advice on how to do things the best way with your machine.

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