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Old September 15th, 2011 Sep 15, 2011 8:50:28 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Feedback on best cutting techniques for Rhinestone StickOns material

I purchased and really love working with the Rhinestone Designz new StickOns material for making decals - but would like to get some feedback from others as to cutting the material - especially on a Roland GX-24 machine.

I have been experimenting the past few days and still can't seem to get the process down to my satisfaction so that it cuts and weeds perfectly. I'm using the recommended Roland 60 blade, only about 70df and a works, but still don't seem to be getting a clean cut for the full design. Cutting speed doesn't seem to make a difference as I've tried lowering this too...

I have used Xpel and don't have the same issues with cutting that material - probably b/c it has a thicker backing - but I believe it is a bit harder to work with overall and certainly tougher to get quantities of at a good proce. I love the StickOns material for ease of application and just need to perfect my cutting process.

If you use this material and can offer some feedback on your GX-24 cutter settings - please post I'm looking for some practical advice - so as not to waste too much material with continued experimentation

BTW - The folks at Rhinestone Designz are excellent and have been extremely helpful - however, they don't have the same cutter to recommend exact settings -

Thanks very much in advance!!
The House Of Sparkle

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