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.DED File Extension

File TypeDr. Engrave Document

DeveloperRoland
Popularity
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CategoryVector Image Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is a DED file?

Document created by Dr. Engrave, a program used to design engravings for nametags, nameplates, and awards; contains text and graphics as well as the target layout dimensions; supports raster and vector graphics as well as Windows True Type fonts; can be engraved using a compatible Roland engraving device.

More Information

Dr. Engrave is compatible with various Roland engraving machines, including the MPX-90, EGX-20, EGX-30, EGX-300, EGX-360, and EGX PRO. The software originally supported Windows 95, 98, and NT platforms, but now includes support for Windows 2000, XP, and Vista.

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Programs that open DED files
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Roland Dr. Engrave
Updated 5/20/2010

About DED Files

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