Worble7

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  1. Not sure why I can't weld this can someone let me know what I'm doing wrong. Thanks
  2. dwp99 and everyone Just wanted to show you the final I think I will go with. Thanks Again
  3. I want to thank everyone for there help and input dwp99 I did just what you said and it worked perfect thanks again for your help. Jeff
  4. yes dwp99 that's what I was looking for so I will crop the pic and repost unless you can tell me how you did it? I'm using Graphtec Studio Pro. Thanks Jeff
  5. I did this before with letter overlapping and worked great kind of the same idea but cat get it to work like it did last time. Thanks Jeff Using graphtec ce6000-60 with graphtec studio pro
  6. no so your saying go to plot/cut and it will show up there correct? Thanks Jeff Found a better face and working with this.
  7. I have the ce6000-60 and Can't find my font I want is there a large font files with a ton of fonts? And can you tell me how to install it to Graphtec Studio Pro. Thanks Jeff
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    Fonts And How To Add??

    Thank you everyone for the help and advice Jeff
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    Fonts And How To Add??

    Do I need to go somewhere besides design central? There's only like 40-50 fonts. Thanks Jeff
  10. So I have looked and I can't find what I'm looking for. So what I'm trying to do is put a few jobs on the same cut job I see how to make the same job copies but would like to add a different job to the cut is this possible? also if it's not possible how can i start a different job after the first job and not cut over the first one. Thanks for all the help Jeff
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    Making multiple jobs

    Ok Thanks found it. Jeff
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    Making multiple jobs

    MZ SKEETER, How do I add it? Thanks Jeff
  13. Sorry for all the dumb questions I even tested it on a small piece of vinyl and knew it would cut what the lines show and it did lol. I tried to delete the area with the eraser and thats makes a mess. So how do I do it?? Thanks for the help again. Jeff
  14. Transfer Paper not lifting my vinyl Transfer paper is MT80P and the vinyl is Oracal 651 any ideas what tape will really work on this vinyl??? Thanks Jeff
  15. Will damn Dakotagrafx just give me your home number you have all the info worked perfect. Thanks again!!
  16. Well I know there's a way I just can't figure it out? I loaded a font to the font folder see pic. and it did not work. So how do I load fonts and the best place to get fonts. Thanks Jeff
  17. Dakotagrafx I thought I had to drop them into the Graphtec Studio Pro folder. Thanks for the help
  18. So my used graphtec CE6000-60 is not cutting right so I bought new blades and also a new cutting strips (see pic of old one) now my question is can I manually push/move the cutting head?? also are there any tip tricks or things I should do or look of for?? Thanks for your help. Jeff
  19. Wildgoose, I guess it's like anything else new it will take time but some are smarter than others lol Right now it's like looking at and airplane instrument panel. Thanks Jeff
  20. Thanks Wildgoose, I'm finding out alot real fast I thought it would Be like plug and play push the button and a decal is cut out it's not that easy sometimes. Thanks Jeff
  21. Thank you slice&dice, Wildgoose, shaneGreen, I will try that wildgoose shanegreen I'm missing it on the reflective tape about How to remove it I do have some of it and it's expensive would not want to mess alot if that up. Thanks for all the help everyone. Jeff
  22. haumana, New cutting teflon strip new clean cut 60 deg. Blade with no cut marks on my vinyl backing. I can't say how old my vinyl is I just bought it and the transfer paper matter fact I now have tried 2 different kinds of transfer paper and they both dont pull up the vinyl. I have been squeegeeing the hell out of it with only some of it coming up. Any tips tricks would be greatly appreciated I'm at a lose on this and can't do anything with my vinyl. Thanks Jeff
  23. Cool thanks mfatty500 for the help and tip
  24. Installed new teflon cutting strip it was hella easy just in case you don't think you can do it...... you can trust me. Thanks Jeff