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Hello, I'd like to know what is the cutting force used for both indoor and outdoor vinyl on the Roland GX-24? Thanks
For sign vinyl I prefer Arlon - it is a great quality product and works well for cutting, weeding and applying.How will I know when it needs changing? What will be the signs?
Are some vinyls better than others? What would be best to use? I bought some on eBay and learned my lesson. The backing is real slippery and when weeding the designs and text lift up as well.
I've been shopping around online and it seems Oracle has the greatest color selection. Or is it called Oracal...
If you are cutting sign material at 130 to 140 I would try a new blade at 50 to 70 and see if that helps. You could have broken the tip of the blade. Also check your cutting strip and see if there are any cuts or a groove in it, if so it needs to be replaced. When you first get a cutter it is not unusual to break the blade tip on one of the first cuts if the blade is out too far or the pressure is too high.hmm ok understand
but what i dont understand is i had to get it to 70g for the test function to work properly with the tweezers but i was still having trouble and it def wasnt cutting all the way through when peeling it i could see pieces that werent cut properly
will just keep trying i guess
try 130 to 140g and if still having problems start going backwards
thanks given me more things to try
when you peel it do you lift it straight up at a 90° angle or a 45° or basically flat against itself?