When eCut Designer Toolkit was original conceived and released, it mainly served as a tool for users who needed to cut with a laser, knife or router. So for those who cut, it is an invaluable add-on for CorelDRAW. Yet even those of you who will never cut will find value in eCut Designer Toolkit that far exceeds the cost.
We previously tried to describe everything that eCut Designer Toolkit could do on a single Web page and it was a very, very, very long page. We’ve totally revamped the page to include highlights of its best features with dedicated pages for each of the major features. How many feature pages are there? A lot! Look at the bottom of the eCut Designer Toolkit for a full list with links.
Some of these feature do one simple thing, while others have much of the same functionality of another add-on that cost much more than eCut. For example, the Variable feature has many of the same features found in add-ons like Name Drop Xpress or MonsterMerge. It is Print Merge on steroids!
Do you want to do CAD work inside of CorelDRAW? Make sure to check out all of the CAD features included in eCut.
Some of you love effects and it has plenty of built-in effects. For example, it has the ability to create puzzle pieces as part of the long list of effects.
I’ve only scratched the surface at what eCut Designer Toolkit is able to do. So often I get a question asking how to do something in CorelDRAW. This is one add-on that answers that question for almost everything! I encourage each of you to dig deeper than just looking at the feature names I’ve listed above. Check out everything eCut can do and install the trial version to try it for yourself. If you do, I think you’ll find it is an absolute bargain!