Buggie Pilot

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About Buggie Pilot

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    Please help Identify this font

    The font in the word warehouse is the one I am trying to figure out Thanks Pete G
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    Sport fishing boat

    My boss (real job) just got his captains licence and i would like to make him a shirt with some kind of sport fishing boat. Thanks Pete G
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    Is SignBlazer obsolete

    Some get it and some don't. In the hands someone that does, Signblazer can do most all that the other programs can do and paired with Inkscape (another free program) you can work around any situation that comes up If you have a cutter that is supported by SignBlazer you cant go wrong for the price
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    Some gave all

    Just think where, what, or if we might be without them I honor them any chance I get. Honored to be a member Patriot Guard Riders Pete G
  5. It needs a little cleanup but still has some grundge 5til.EPS 5til.EPS
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    In your cutter sceen there are 2 boxes (weed all and weed each copy ) If they are checked and there is a value greater than zero then it will cut or draw a box around your design.
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    DesignJet 800 info needed

    Just to clarify ... It does have an automatic cutter but only cuts the job off the roll
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    DesignJet 800 info needed

    Just an inkjet printer and only cuts width. I dont even think it is capable of using uv inks but I could be wrong
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    Not all bad.

    Just wondered if you ever went metal detecting in Hell!
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    Help Needed Please

    Excellent point ....Probbaly the best bit of advise that can be given to someone just starting out
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    help with cutting different objects at once

    Yup ... can be done. Make your workspace bigger (I usually make one of the dimesions the same as the width of the vinyl I'm using) After you import an design, just move it out of the workspace til later. Then import more and do the same. After you have imported them just arrange them and cut Tip: I change each different object to a unique color just after importing them so if they do overlap you can select them individually with the color selector You can also OPEN multiple files at once by using the append function Good Luck Pete G
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    Shirts I came across on vacation

    This would be photochromic ink and I'd love to try it but it's expensive ( from what I'm told almost $300/gallon )
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    Help with Horizontal lettering....

    Thanks SpeedD I actually think I did that once, but I must got amneis......er I forget what its called Thanks
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    Help with Horizontal lettering....

    I know of no way in sign blazer. What I do is type a letter ,move the mouse click, type another letter, move the mouse click, until my letters are all done (and all over the place) .........probably the way we all do it. Then to line it all up, what does help speed it up is if you us the gridand set it to the appropiate size for your letter size and check the snap box. I have found it only takes a minute or two to design a pant leg Good luck Pete G
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    SignBlazer Cutting

    I would just save the original file. Then select all, then resize it in the lower tool bar. Then you can cut it to see if it all works. or as an option I use often, try the pen and paper route. Then if it all works just open the original file again and cut away Good Luck Pete G