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  1. Conquestgraphics

    plotter resets on its own

    The mk-2 does not have a red rest button like the older mh721
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    Not vinyl but something I did tonight.

    I use both wraps for full bleed and press for simple logos
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    Please HELP!!

    What rollers are talking about?
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    i need some coffee cup subliminations

    Pm sent
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    What are you favority weeding tools?

    I use exacto with a dull Blade
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    Question about etching/sandblasting?

    Here is a water bottle did for my daughter
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    Cutting though multiple layers of vinyl

    I was in a pinch and layered 641 2 layers and cut my stencil works fine 60deg blade down force 130 on mh751
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    Looking for pensacola Florida sign suppliers

    Thanks slice and dice never thought of that
  9. Looking for some suppliers in Pensacola area for alumacore and Coroplast, Thanks in advance Ed
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    Silly question --- Vinyl Size in SignBlaze

    You can change it to what you need, on the top left corner you will see inces or MM click on it and it will toggle between the two
  11. I have had that happen (pc serial connection). Static build up or art work i deleted old file and recreated no issues after that.
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    Ford F-x4 old design

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    Biggest Weed to date

    Please Share looks awesome
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    What's the difference DECAL vs STICKER? Answered

    I also sell custom graphics, but i do buy my kids stickers at the dollar store on occasion
  15. Let’s go to the New Oxford Dictionary and try to break it down. sticker n. an adhesive label or notice, generally printed or illustrated. label n. a small piece of paper, fabric, plastic, or similar material attached to an object andgiving information about it. decal n. a design prepared on special paper for transfer onto another surface such as glass,porcelain, or metal. We generally use the term “label” to describe adhesive products printed on papers or foils with inks not suitable for outdoors. “Address labels”, “shipping labels”, “lapel labels”, “foil seals”, etc., these tend to be supplied on rolls or sheets for use (indoors) on packaging, paperwork, clothing, products, etc. The term, “Decals” on the other hand, is often used interchangeably with other outdoor sticker products. But, as you can see in the New Oxford definition, “decals” are more associated with a “transfer” from one medium to another. “Decal” is short for “decalcomania” and usually is a more decorative type design. Thus “slide-on transfer decals” in the model building world, or water-slide ceramic decals (Transfers) for tile and ceramic uses are an accurate use of the decal term. Where the decal-or-sticker confusion usually lies stems from vinyl cut lettering and graphics.These are for long term outdoor use and are supplied with a pre-masking sheet, so upon application are transferred from one sheet/medium to another. Unlike a traditional “sticker” which is removed from it’s backing paper and stuck where-ever, these vinyl decals are being transferred (often in multiple pieces) from the masking sheet to a smooth surface. Vinyl cut lettering and graphics are referred to as “decals” and all other one-piece, outdoor printed vinyl or clear polyester as “stickers”. Decals are a type of sticker, however, so you’ll hear and see the term “vinyl cut stickers” as well . I hope that drawn out answer helps.