MZ SKEETER

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  1. How old is your cutter? Possibly contact the Creation company.
  2. MZ SKEETER

    CE 7000 Oddities

    I have been on here for years, and have never heard of that software, or anyone using that software. Why not use the Graphtec software that Graphtec designed for the vinyl cutter? Graphtec Pro Studio is made by SAI, so very much like Flexi Sign Pro. Valued at over $1000, There is support for that software, and a license should have came with a new Graphtec. Most people here cut vinyl. Decals, signs etc. Contact your support for that software. This is the correct way to set blade depth, To start with, you should set your blade depth correctly, by taking the blade holder out of the machine, and firmly cut across a piece of scrap vinyl, you will be cutting. You should only be cutting the vinyl and barely a mark on wax paper backing, Adjust blade to get there, Then put the blade holder back in machine, and use the force of the machine to get there, same results, only cutting the vinyl and barely a mark in wax paper backing. You should barely see and feel the blade out of the blade holder. Regular sign vinyl is only 2-3 mil thick. You only cut with the very tip of the blade.
  3. This info about blade depth has been posted hundreds and hundreds of times on this forum as well as being in INSTRUCTIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS on the site. Do some searching on your own. Force and settings are common questions and have been posted and answered, hundreds of times on here. There is a search box in upper right hand corner.
  4. There are not any proper settings for any vinyl cutter. Even same brands can be different. You must make adjustments to what works with the vinyl that you are cutting. You must first, make sure the blade depth is correct. That determines your force. It is VERY important to get the blade depth correct first. Start speed slow, It's not a race. To start with, you should set your blade depth correctly, by taking the blade holder out of the machine, and firmly cut across a piece of scrap vinyl, you will be cutting. You should only be cutting the vinyl and barely a mark on wax paper backing, Adjust blade to get there, Then put the blade holder back in machine, and use the force of the machine to get there, same results, only cutting the vinyl and barely a mark in wax paper backing. You should barely see and feel the blade out of the blade holder. Regular sign vinyl is only 2-3 mil thick. You only cut with the very tip of the blade. Different settings make a huge difference on cutting thru the vinyl, or hacking up your vinyl. Quality of cuts. The MH is a value cutter. All vinyl cutters have to be fine tuned to cut correctly.
  5. Don't know what could have happened. You can still use any other type of shape as a registration mark. Star, circle etc. Place them where you want.
  6. Go up to the HELP button and click it. Top of layout screen. Search for registration marks. It's in your user manual for Graphtec Pro Studio. Below is Graphtech Pro Studio and it shows it right at the end of the shapes. My software is the same way. Graphtec Pro Studio is created by the same designers as Flexi software. I have always seen the registration mark at the end of the shapes toolbar. You have to open the whole toolbar up.
  7. MZ SKEETER

    sk720t

    The cutter has it's own TEST button, and should cut a square with a diamond or similar. You don't need software to do that. Look for the TEST button on the cutter. It's right there on the control panel. Push the TEST button. What happens? You started this post in August, Why haven't you contacted Seikitech? They are the only place that you can get parts.
  8. MZ SKEETER

    sk720t

    Best to contact Seikitech "We carry all parts. Please contact us if the parts you need is not listed here." http://seikitech.com/index.php?main_page=contact_us
  9. Probably in Graphtec Pro Studio. In the SHAPES. Rectangle, star, oval etc. Keep notes for yourself. At the top of most software layout screen is HELP. Look up registrations marks.
  10. Start at 7.5 and start reading the user manual The info is there. You have to practice to get the conditions and force correct.
  11. I think I read before that the CE6000-40 does have the dual slot on carriage arm.(for that LABEL SYSTEM.) Graphtec EUROPE does have a dual slot in carriage arm. We have had OPs here from England showing it. This OP doesn't state where they are from, but by posting a youtube video with foreign language, I would guess not the US. OP is stating he does have, Can someone tell me what the other tool holder in a graphtec ce6000 series is for, ?." I said pen holder. OP Says video "this guy used the pen holder for perforated cutting, but when i try it out, it cuts in the wrong area, " So stating there is 2 holes. I have already read the user manual. so I know it shows it for dual slot. Which is why I suggested for him to read the user manual. OP has owned a Graphtec CE6000 since 2017.
  12. There are different Graphtec cutters for Graphtec America.and other countries. I have no idea where you are from or where your cutter came from. From what I can remember, the Graphtec CE 6000-60 from Graphtec America, does not have the 2nd hole in the carriage arm. Or the front channel for perf cutting. (maybe only the CE6000-40 had it.) People have to use a cutting mat to perf cut, to keep from cutting up their teflon cuttings strips. Read your user manual or contact Graphtec tech support. Your welcome.
  13. The pen tool. Your other info is in the Graphtec user manual. Can be found free online at Graphtec.
  14. MZ SKEETER

    Can Someone Vectorize this for me?

    Sorry, but you cannot post copyrighted material to this forum. Forum rules. Go get the file from the owner.
  15. You are to use double stick tape on teflon cutting strip, not super glue. Lose the word printer, you have a vinyl cutter. It does not use ink. You can find teflon cutting strips online. Even here. https://uscutter.com/mh-vinyl-cutter-replacement-cutting-strip/ 53"