Ok. Then like everyone else said you need the file to be line art. Line art which is vector is an outline. Where as a photoshop document (image) is raster which is made up of pixels where there is no outline for a cut path. And the quality is determined by the resolution of the document. Where as a vector file has the same quality at any size.
So like everyone else suggests, you will need to recreate the artwork in a vector form using the correct program to do so. I'm familiar with Flexi as I've used it for both vinyl & print graphic for many years. But not Familiar with the version you have. If your not familiar with Adobe Illustrator you can recreate the artwork in Flexi as well. Using basic shapes or the pen tool. Search online for tutorials and that would be your best help!
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