Sure Cuts A Lot Pro

Sure Cuts A Lot Pro 5.030

Designs shapes for electronic cutting machines
4.2  (5 votes)
5.030 (See all)
Combine standard design elements from the system and office tools with unique objects from the built-in library of the suite and create shapes for electronic cutting. It is compatible with TrueType and OpenType fonts. Import of data from SVG, PDF, EPS, AI, WPC, PLT, and DXF is possible.

Sure Cuts A Lot Pro is comprehensive software that provides users with multiple tools to design original shapes and cut them with a dedicated electronic machine, such as Ramtin, Black Cat Cougar, or Silver Bullet.

Its installation process can be completed with ease by any user with minimal computer skills. Once you've completed the installation and you get in contact with its GUI, you discover an intuitive interface that has nicely shaped button icons and well-chosen menu colors. It would've been nice to include themes and graphic customization options but it is what it is.

Sure Cuts A Lot Pro offers a full set of editing tools with hundreds of font styles, various file formats and a wide palette of shapes and effects grouped inside a vast library. Users are able to perform different editing operations, such as generating lattice shapes, duplicating cuttings, cutting by color, creating rhinestones, or welding overlapping letters and shapes together. In addition, it's equipped with more than 200 built-in shapes, accepts free fonts from Dingbat or Wingding packages, and supports formats like SVG, PDF, EPS, AI, WPC, DXF, PLT, PES, PEC, HUS, JEF, SEW, and VIP.

To conclude, Sure Cuts A Lot Pro is a powerful tool for creating appealing designs that can be later transformed into unique objects with a cutting machine. Its price can be considered a bit high while some of its features require time and practice to learn using them.

John Saunders
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Review summary

Pros

  • Has nicely shaped button icons
  • Lets users generate lattice shapes
  • Supports various file formats
  • Has more than 200 built-in shapes

Cons

  • Misses graphic customization options
  • Has a considerable price
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