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Old January 14th, 2020 Jan 14, 2020 4:57:10 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cutting photo transfers

I do a lot of photo transfers using my ink jet printer. Cutting the paper/vinyl with scissors prior to heat pressing is not so great. Is there a cutter that can cut around the image on the paper/vinyl? I'm currently using a Brother Scan n Cut for cutting my vinyl items now.
 
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Default Re: Cutting photo transfers

you can use your scan n cut, just have to monkey with the settings for the inkjet paper
definitely use a cutting mat

here is a vid on it

she has 205 videos on scan n cut tricks/tips/tutorials here
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Default Re: Cutting photo transfers

You can also look into cricut and cameo. Both of them do print and cut.

cricut - www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4nsj4TQY1M[/url]
cameo - www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNWPqfQUSKc[/url]
 
 
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Default Re: Cutting photo transfers

Crap that worked so much easier than this Graphtec CE Lite 50 for print n cut... POS so far on this graphtec...
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Old January 23rd, 2020 Jan 23, 2020 5:29:46 PM -   #5 (permalink)
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Crap that worked so much easier than this Graphtec CE Lite 50 for print n cut... POS so far on this graphtec...

that is too bad

any chance you can still return it?

i know my graphtec cameo always needed a bump in the 'blackness' of the marks,
so i just used a permanent marker

or maybe try a stencil with you registration marks cut and a permanent marker instead of printing

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Default Re: Cutting photo transfers

Self weeding paper for darks and white toner is easier then weeding.
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Self weeding paper for darks and white toner is easier then weeding.
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We've been thinking of giving this a try. Do you have any videos on the process?
 
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Default Re: Cutting photo transfers

It is this easy Print a color sublimation print and then print a white toner reversed mask print on the Imaging paper. Put the two papers together to press & separate them. Now just press the Imaging paper to the dark shirt and cold peel it.
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