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Gcc expert 24 does it cut detail?

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For those of you with a GCC Expert 24, how well does it cut detail? I do heat applied vinyl, some customers want small lettering designs. Thanks, Mike
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I have cut lettering as small as 1/4 inch. I absolutely love the detail I can get with the cutter.


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Most lettering I do is 1/2 in. to 1/4 in. Thanks. It was I looking for. Mike
you might be able to do it if the cutter ACTUALLY works
They only problem I have had with my cutter was getting it to work with Vista. I made one phone call to the Technical Support Line and they had me up and running in 5 minutes. I am very pleased with the quality of work it produces for a low price.
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What vinyl did you use here?
I have been using Spectra Cut II from Imprintables and have had a terrible time weeding among other issues. I just bought some EZ-Weed by Siser from Specialty-Graphics. I have yet to test it out, but I've heard good things.

Thelaurel....I used EasyWeed for a job. Specialty sent it instead of Thermoflex and I didn't have time to replace it. I had a bear of a time weeding it. 1/4" letters would come off the backing and forget the dot over the i's. Other than that it presses fine but I tested the same text with Thermoflex Plus and no problem weeding it so it was not me.
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good to know.
well, we will see what happens when I play around with it.
The GCC Expert 24 is very capable of doing detailed designs. Of course this would be mostly
dependant on the vinyl you are working with. Some vinyls will not cut/weed detailed designs no matter what you do.
TheLaurel, did you test the Siser, on the Gcc? I ordered one and have a lot of Ez Weed. Wonderd how it weeded detail. Mike
EZ Weed will allow you cut some really nice detail on your Expert 24.
I have cut lettering as small as 1/4 inch. I absolutely love the detail I can get with the cutter.
If you used with right force(pressure) and right speed you can cut the matter of 6mm hight.
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