Sending Data To The Machine - Brother ScanNCut DX Manual

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Sending Data to the Machine

Data opened in CanvasWorkspace can be transferred to a
cutting machine as an FCM file (which can be retrieved on the
cutting machine).
■ Transferring Using a USB Cable (compatible
only with Windows)
a
Insert the USB cable connectors into the corresponding
USB ports on the computer and on the cutting machine.
a USB port for a computer
b USB cable
Note
• The connectors on the USB cable can only be inserted into
a port in one direction. If it is difficult to insert the cable
connector, do not insert it with force and check the
orientation of the connector.
• When transferring data for a roll feeder to the cutting
machine, the home screen must be displayed on the
machine.
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b
In CanvasWorkspace, select [Transfer FCM File to
ScanNCut DX via USB Cable...] from the [File] menu.
When a message appears, indicating that the data has been
sent to the machine, confirm the details, and then click [OK].
Note
• In order to transfer data for a roll feeder, [Rolled Material]
must have been selected under [Artboard Size] when the
data was edited. Before transferring the data, recheck this
setting. For details, see "Creating Data" on page 4.
■ Transferring Via Wireless Network
Connection
A connection to the Internet is required.
The machine must be connected to the wireless network. This
function can be used only after a connection to
CanvasWorkspace has been established. For details on
establishing a connection, refer to the Wireless Network Setup
Guide for the cutting machine.
a
In CanvasWorkspace, select [Transfer FCM File via the
Internet...] from the [File] menu.
When a message appears, indicating that the data has been
sent to the machine, confirm the details, and then click [OK].
Note
• In order to transfer data for a roll feeder, [Rolled Material]
must have been selected under [Artboard Size] when the
data was edited. Before transferring the data, recheck this
setting. For details, see "Creating Data" on page 4.

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