No. I use a 45 degree blade. So, I set the offset to .25 that they tell you to set it to.Have you tried adjusting your offset first?
I had that problem when I was cutting tiny letters that were like .25" tall. I want to say I lowered my offset quite a bit and it fixed it and the letters weeded perfectly.
What did you set the offset to?Ah... Maybe that's the issue. I use a 60* blade. Perhaps you should get one of those. The sharper tip might help to cut the finer detail.
It isn't cheap vinyl. And it does it on heat applied vinyl and sign vinyl. So, heat applied vinyl doesn't have any adhesive to squeeze out.This could also have to do with the brand of vinyl you're using. Cheap crap from eBay generally weeds badly, I think the adhesive is so gooey and runny that even though the vinyl is cut through, the adhesive just squeezes back together before you can get it out of the cutter.
This is not just a cheap vinyl issue though, I've seen dozens of posts where people switch from one major brand to another and find the other one is easier to weed. I prefer Oracal, other people have said they find it harder to weed than whatever they were using.
I've done both.are you cutting rolls of vinyl or sheets. In some rare cases, some cutters leave bits uncut because the roll is too heavy and the motor just can't pull the vinyl fast enough or accurately. As a result the initial cut area and the final cut area is not the same.
Try cutting sheets and see if that helps.