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I have heard good things about the pcut. I think you would be better of looking at some of the UScutter brand cutters in the same price range, I think you will get more for the same money and great customer service too. ... JB
 

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I have a friend that had a p cut with very few problems so far one problem he had was tracking on long cuts. I my self like the graphtec ploters.
 

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I have had a PCUT for a few months now and LOVE it. Plugged it in and it started right up. I am even using vista on a laptop. Check ebay to get good deals.
 

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i own a pcut and love it. if i had a second choice it would be a graphtec.
my p cut does everything i need it to do. would trade it for nothing.
very durable and i have paid for it times over. the support is outstanding.
they at us cutters have a user forum thats phenonemal, i have never seen anything like it. everybody is so easy to help if needed.
 

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It sounds like the pcut may be a good choice, I was listening to a friend that swears by the refine. I think all the UScutter equipment is good and customer support from what I have seen is truly second to none. The staff and owners of the equipment both give awesome support. This is most likely the best following for equipment,I 've ever seen. I think this speaks volumes for UScutter. .... JB
 

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just to make sure, before i start shopping. thanks so much guys for your input.
I would recommend the 24" model PCut over this unit. Main reasons: this unit does not have adjustable cut speed or downforce settings.

If you need a table top unit about this size, go with the USCutter Refine MH365 for about the same price, and with benificial features that this unit lacks.
 

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I wanted the optical eye for contour cutting so I bought the first one you list, the Laserpoint. I hear that the MH is a better machine than the LP, but I like my LP just fine:)
 

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I don't think the 12" units will do what you hope. Most name brand vinyls only come in 15" rolls. I highly suggest getting at least a 24"
 

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i dont mind cutting it, cause im only doing something like 6" logos so could slap it on to some boardshorts. not really gonna do big prints on shirts or anything.
 

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i dont mind cutting it, cause im only doing something like 6" logos so could slap it on to some boardshorts. not really gonna do big prints on shirts or anything.

A 12" unit does not have a stand with media rollers to mount a roll anyhow, so yes, you would just need to cut a sheet off of a 24" or 15" vinyl roll to feed in to the unit. It is a table top unit after all......
 

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I have a 12" MH365 cutter from UScutter. I actually have 3 now. For some reason the new one I bought will not connect with my same computer that the other 2 run off of no problem? Any clue why this is? I can not get the cutter to be recognized as a printer in the slot? I know the computer has the drivers since I use 2 of the exact same cutters already. Any help would be great.

Thanks
 
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