Crafting Software Now Available for MAC, PC and Most Other Devices With Internet Browser
Software as a service represents this company's latest method of delivering popular software titles. Previously limited to PCs, the company's software is now available on most devices with an internet browser.
OLATHE, Kan., May 25, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Olathe KS. Crafting Technologies, LLC announces simple graphic programs now available for MAC.
Crafting Technologies, LLC, previously known as Carving Technologies, LLC has reprogrammed four software titles, making them accessible to craftspeople on any platform with a browser. The company began marketing a simple program, “Me-On-A-Pumpkin”, to convert digital images into patterns for jack-o-lantern carving prior to its official opening in 2004. Customers were using the program to carve fruits, eggs, gourds, and to make patterns for scroll-sawing, as well.
The demand for scroll-saw patterns led to the creation of “Coyote Stencil Shop” which had additional features, including the ability to resize the stencil, combine multiple photos, eliminate fallout while editing the image, create wood-toned previews of finished projects, and the ability to export projects in machine-readable formats. Once again, users began reporting additional uses for the software, from the custom enhancement of quilts to the creation of patterns for stained glass, marquetry, intarsia, inlayed woodworking, custom diamond dot patterns, cross-stitch and knitting, metal art, bulletin board design, and other educational applications.
The applications spilled over into the awards and engraving industries, which called for a simple and easy to learn application for creating patterns or masks for controlled abrasive or chemical etching, or control of CNC and laser engraving equipment. “Rapid-Art” allows the user to quickly and precisely convert digital images in the required format, control the angle of the lines within the etched or engraved areas, and export the file in formats acceptable to most popular equipment.
Available previously for Microsoft operating systems, these three products, and a handy storage program named “The Den”, are available online via subscription on virtually any device with a browser.
Contact: Larry Welch, CFO L.Welch@craftingtech.online, 913 544-5611
Source: Crafting Technologies, LLC