Ioline releases new version
of 301 digitizing software
WOODINVILLE, Wash.—Ioline Corp. today announced Revision 8 for 301 Software, the economical digitizing program used by owners of Ioline 200, 300, 350HF and Appli-K custom cutters.
Revision 8 adds capability that enables sports lettering and embroidery shops to create sew disks and cut apparel graphics from Adobe® Illustrator® (DXF), NC Cut File and Barudan (FDR DOS) files. The program also continues to permit users to import CorelDraw!® , HP/GL (PLT), Barudan® (DAT), Toyota® , Tajima® and Melco® files.
Other enhancements include support for Asian characters on Windows® 98 or later systems, display and interface improvements that add standard Windows® functionality, an improved zoom tool and a screen preview that dynamically updates in real time.
This new version ships free with all Ioline custom cutter systems. A demonstration version of 301 Software (Revision 8) is available online. The retail upgrade price is $149 USD.
Founded in 1984, Ioline (www.ioline.com) is the world’s largest manufacturer of open-architecture apparel plotters and appliqué systems, and the largest domestic manufacturer of sign cutting equipment. The company’s world headquarters are located in Woodinville, Wash., U.S.A. Regional offices, dealers and distributors serve customers in more than 50 countries.