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in Show your work
Posted December 11, 2009
much better, looks good in blue.
I really like your business logo, design your freelance logo around that.
in General discussion
Posted November 20, 2009
Try increasing your blade tension with the original blade.
in Business Practices, Sales and Pricing, etc.
Posted March 26, 2009
Thanks for the info Nutttso, it looks very promising for a printing idea I have. I'll give you feedback on how it goes. Thanks again.
Posted July 28, 2008
You have a huge family, Ilike it.
Posted July 27, 2008
Looks good Jimbob.
Congratulations and good luck to all with your newbie babies.
Nice idea, looks good.
in Instructional Contributions
I like it, real nice.
in Off Topic Section
Posted July 26, 2008
Good job BannerJohn, I knew somebody would know my weight. 1 Stone = 14 lbs.
Posted July 25, 2008
Weight: 12 Stone 12 lbs.
Glad you're enjoying it Sam, you got a good deal, there is no way you can buy one and ship it from Ca. for less than
Posted July 24, 2008
Sam I bought the Refine MH 721 and loved it so much I decided to sell it (at a profit of course) and upgrade to the P-Cut. Not so sure if it really was an upgrade, I miss my refine. I was thinking of buying a Refine and sending it to my sister in Glasgow, I'm living in California. Let me know how your Refine arrived because the boxes are not as strong as they could be.
Posted July 22, 2008
Welcome Sam from fellow Brit and fellow Newbie.
in USCutter Equipment Feedback or Suggestions
Thanks for the info, thats what I needed to know.
Posted July 20, 2008
I was thinking of buying my sister a Refine and shipping it to her in the U.K.. Is there anything I should be aware of before purchasing and shipping? Power requirements? Should I ship it myself or directly from Us Cutter ($225)? Any other suggestions would also be much appreciated.