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    Hey all!

    Hello and Welcome.
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    Weeding Tips

    Yup couldn't have said it better. I also use a very pointed pair of tweezers and then a dental pick for the small stuff.
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    New to the forum and new to cutting

    Hello and Welcome from Florida.
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    font help please

    Def Leppard 1987 Hysteria Album.
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    Remove drawing border .dxf

    Okay, knew one was. Thanks for setting me straight. Doug
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    Remove drawing border .dxf

    Isn't Graphtec Studio the same as Flexisign? If it is there are a number of ways to remove a border. If it's a border that Graphtec Studio shows on the design space you can turn it off in Design Central. Click the little fly out arrow as shown in the third photo and turn off the Show Border If the border is incorporated in the graphic you can select the whole graphic and click ungroup like in the second photo. Then click off of the graphic and click back on the border and hit the delete key. The last way is to right click on the graphic, click select within and then chose the border and hit the delete key. This is shown in the first photo. I hope this helps. Doug
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    Hello From The UK

    Hello and Welcome from Florida.
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    Hello From WV

    Hello and Welcome from Florida.
  9. Let me first start off by thanking you for teaching our youth. I think you probably need to look into a laser cutter. Product packaging is designed , printed and cut out in mass quantities. They are cut out using die cutters which stamp out hundreds in a short period of time. With the kids, they will only be doing a few of each design. The laser cutter will work great for that purpose. Then you can put in a request for a flatbed printer to print on the cardboard stock. lol With a vinyl cutter there is software that is specific to vinyl cutting. With a laser cutter, the students can learn cad and cam software and also running G code. With this knowledge, it could lead to other careers such as CNC or architecture if a student so chooses. Autodesk has a program called Fusion 360 which I believe is free to students. However I'm sorry to say, I can't recommend any brand of laser cutters.
  10. Ooops, I don't know where I got 42" from, thanks for catching that.
  11. Have you tried Kijiji Here's a Grapghtec for $600.00 it's 42" so I don't know if you can use it. The ad doesn't say want model it is either but someone might be able to identify it for you. https://www.kijiji.ca/v-buy-sell-other/mississauga-peel-region/graphtec-vinyl-cutter/1440051495?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true
  12. Here you go. trophy-pray.ai
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    Another newby to the forum

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    Strange usage question.

    Some where I heard that putting vinyl over an entire window that's out in the sun can cause the glass to crack. Something about heat and expansion. It was mentioned in a thread ,that a customer wanted to cover his store windows with vinyl. Of course the question was asked, "Why would you want to do that, what about security"? Window perf was brought up also.