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    I WAS a hard core Cricut fan prior to lawsuit ProvoCrap's machines used to be able to cut heavier materials and tough materials better than others When people used MTC and SCAL, people didn't buy their expensive cartridges ProvoCrap lost a lot of customers because of the suit What we want to cut is our business I had SureCutsALot and MTC already The older versions work great with older Cricuts that do not have firmware upgrades to later Provo firmware Once upgraded to their Latest version, MTC and SCAL will no longer work with either Provo put blocks in firmware to prevent other software If you're lucky enough to have early firmware and early versions of MTC or SCAL, Even a demo version, Cricuts now cheap, become a low cost way to cut your own stuff I do all the de...see more »I WAS a hard core Cricut fan prior to lawsuit ProvoCrap's machines used to be able to cut heavier materials and tough materials better than others When people used MTC and SCAL, people didn't buy their expensive cartridges ProvoCrap lost a lot of customers because of the suit What we want to cut is our business I had SureCutsALot and MTC already The older versions work great with older Cricuts that do not have firmware upgrades to later Provo firmware Once upgraded to their Latest version, MTC and SCAL will no longer work with either Provo put blocks in firmware to prevent other software If you're lucky enough to have early firmware and early versions of MTC or SCAL, Even a demo version, Cricuts now cheap, become a low cost way to cut your own stuff I do all the design in new versions of software and save copy as earlier flat design. When I'm ready to cut, I open the flat copied design into early version of MTC which can still cut with my old Cricut

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