Liyu Tc 631 Driver
Tip: If you are connecting Liyu vinyl cutter via a USB connection you must install the USB driver that came with your cutter first. (You can download the latest version of USB driver for both Windows and MAC machines from -ic.com/downloads/file/178.html, If you are using an older Liyu cutter, you may need to download the USB driver from the link below. -drivers/ ). This will create an extra COM or USB port that you can select in the Easy Cut Studio "Cut Settings" dialog box.
Liyu Tc 631 Driver
Plug the printer in it windows 7 x64 displays it as a comport "sweet" but then apparently you need some sort of other driver that installs it as a printer and translate the plot's over to the serial port.
I downloaded the Win10 drivers for my SC 631e plotter but there is no application/executable file in the zip file. Are there any instructions on the Win10 driver installation for this model or can someone help me out?
Before posting here, there was some effort on your part to investigate numerous threads about SignBlazer being a terrific solution to troubleshoot pretty much any cutter that is acting wonky? ( I post such advice here myself probably twice a month)Is that correct? Again, unfortunately I am completely ignorant of vinyl cutting software but I have been watching YouTube videos on the plotter in order to be able to connect to it from my Win10 laptop and start trying to figure out how to use the plotter. I thought this plotter should connect similar to a typical printer to my laptop. I connected the plotter to my laptop, turned it on and my computer never found any new hardware device. Therefore, I thought I needed to install Win10 drivers before my laptop will detect the plotter. I have only contacted you and Dakotagrafx about this issue and from what I gather is that I will definitely need a vinyl cutting software and one of you mentioned that the software may have the drivers for my plotter.
Even after you install the driver, go to your Device Manager and see what COM PORT Windows has assigned to it, then - if you're using Sign Blazer, go toCutter > Setup > (Select your cutter & Output Device (which should match the com port #)
EasyCut Pro supports hundreds of vinyl cutters and New cutting plotter drivers are being added continuosly in EasyCut Pro. If you can't find your plotter in the list above, please contact our support team. They will check if EasyCut Pro is compatible with your vinyl cutter. and most of the time we will be able to add the cutting plotters that are requested.
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