Do you create a new project by starting with the ZIP archive?Do you export a sequence from EPSF or ISO?Do you plan to import an image or a sequence of images (EPSF or ISO format) to test a workflow?Do you use a looping, resizing, or other workflow for a specific image file?Do you use a workflow that automatically transforms original files to your new format?
Do you maintain the macro variation settings in a project?Do you create macros in an spreadsheet to quickly add a variation to a project?Do you plan to make large changes to a project with thousands of variations?Do you plan to learn a new computer program?
dear sir, let me just say that your terminology is really off. PCG standing for PixCell Group. anyway its from europcg.info, the place were you can find all you need to know of intrepid1. and how to program for it. Im not sure if they are developing the pcb version for intrepid1 anymore. but they do have an array of intrepid1 kits from manufacturers that i will post on our page at intrepid1.com if you are willing. well for now
i would now that p4 had to be a 3d color printer, and from the looks of it, it sould be in the adel direction. but, if you are only printing on a piece of paper all the way around a corner, then a 3d p4 wouldnt be needed, 3d p4s come with software to do that. p4s are alot faster and cheaper to get than the gcode printers. 3d p4s work very well.
i would really encourage you to go to www.intrepid1.com. and get some idea how mocrovision works, send me your email address when you create an account. i will email you out a very short tutorial using the ACME. d2c66b5586