Creates a New Aspire job.


Opens an existing Aspire job


Closes the current file but leaves the software running


Saves the current Aspire file over the last saved version of the file.


This command will overwrite the old file with any changes made since the last save. If you are not sure of your changes then use the File ⇒ Save As... command instead option and give the file a new name.

Save As...

Opens the standard File Save dialog so you can save the current file with a new name.

Increment and Save

The Increment and save operation allows you to automatically number iterations of files you are working on. If you select this operation when editing a file which ends with an underscore, or a hyphen followed by a number, then the number will be increased by 1 and the file will be saved using this number.

For example, MyFile_1.crv3d becomes MyFIle_2.crv3d MyFile-1.crv3d becomes MyFile-2.crv3d


The increment and save option will keep incrementing until it finds a file that does not currently exist. It will not overwrite an existing file.


Opens the Print Setup box to Print your design

Print Preview

Displays a Preview of the design to print

Print Setup

Opens the Print Setup box to Print your design

Import... ►

Import various entities into the job

Export... ►

Export vectors from the job

Open Application Data Folder...

Opens the Windows folder where files used by the software are stored. This is useful for adding to the default files installed initially.

Application files include: Bitmap textures for creating custom materials. Gadget scripts for customized automation of the software. Postprocessors The Tool Database Default toolpath strategy settings Vector texture files.


Closes the job and exits the software.


Import Vectors...

Import Vector data.

Import Bitmaps...

Import Bitmap data

Import Component / 3D Model...

Import 3D Model or Component

Import PhotoVCarve or Cut3D Toolpaths...

Import a toolpath file created in another Vectric application, such as, Cut3D or PhotoVCarve.


Vous permet d'exporter les vecteurs sélectionnés sous forme de fichier vectoriel au format eps, dxf, ai, svg ou pdf. Si aucun vecteur n'est sélectionné, tous les vecteurs visibles seront exportés.


When exporting in DXF format, the layer information relating to the exported vectors is preserved.

Impression et aperçu avant impression

Le contenu de la vue 2D ou 3D peut être imprimé à l'aide de la commande Imprimer... du menu Fichier. Sélectionnez simplement la vue que vous souhaitez imprimer (2D ou 3D) et cliquez ensuite sur la commande Imprimer... Le dialogue standard de l'imprimante Windows vous permet de sélectionner l'imprimante et d'en régler les propriétés. Lorsque vous cliquez sur le bouton OK dans ce dialogue, la vue est imprimée. Pour ajuster les paramètres de l'imprimante sans imprimer, vous pouvez ouvrir le même dialogue en utilisant la commande Imprimer... du menu Fichier. Dans ce cas, le bouton OK de la boîte de dialogue enregistre les paramètres sans imprimer immédiatement.


By default printing the 3D view does not print the shaded background; this behaviour can be changed using the Options dialog, which is opened using the Options command on the Edit menu.

La commande Aperçu avant impression... du menu Fichier vous permet de vérifier la mise en page de votre page avant de l'imprimer. Si vous êtes satisfait de l'aperçu, utilisez le bouton Imprimer... pour commencer à imprimer le document directement à partir de la page Aperçu avant impression.


The printed view is always scaled to exactly fit the currently selected page size (including allowance for margins). Drawings are not, therefore, printed at actual size and are not printed across multiple pages.