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    I’m back your warned!!

    Welcome back Hat
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    Hello From WV

    Welcome aboard, glad to have you here.
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    Another newby to the forum

    And welcome to you pawdell.
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    Another newby to the forum

    Hello Rocky, welcome aboard.
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    Wood finish over vinyl

    Hey darc, is that used/stored outside? Not many polys will hold up to water & sun. What type of poly did you use?
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    My largest work so far

    Very cool
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    Distressed Flag for Vista Roof

    Cool project!
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    Happy to join!

    Welcome aboard, glad to have you join us.
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    Oh man referee’s these days

    Cool shirt Hawk.
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    Greetings all from Karo:).

    Welcome aboard Karo, you have found the best place on the interwebs for help and tips.
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    New here & just showing a few things

    Welcome aboard. Nice work!
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    How is this made? CNC Router?

    That is a good observation
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    show your picture

    It is, in fact. He lives pretty much across the street from where the car show is and comes over if he is in town. A community service more than a real interest in cars I think. But, he is very nice, and stops to chit chat with anyone there that wants to talk with him. If you have a camera the SS agent will snap a pic for you and hand it back. Here is another, from a couple years ago: LOL - just noticed I had the same shirt on! I reckon car shows is about the only place I wear it...
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    show your picture

    OK, one from "way back", one from when I started vinyl - with a good guy I met at a car show... and one from this past Christmas.
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    New Member in Canada

    Welcome aboard Tee'z
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    New guy here and ofcourse I have an issue

    Welcome aboard. If it is shifting, how bad is it - 1/4" over a 12" run, or maybe a 1/4" shift over a 10 foot run? What size roll (I will assume a roll) are you using? How many pinch rollers are you using? How large is the design you are cutting? My cutter drifts a little, maybe the 1/4" over 10 foot, probably less. I compensate by not having the origin point on the edge of the vinyl.
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    Hello from the Northwoods of WI

    Welcome aboard River, please post up some examples of your work. With your experience you should be able to help us out a good bit!
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    Go-C Graphics

    Really nice work there Go-C
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    School Bus help

    That's not just any bus... that's a Bluebird bus! Made in Fort Valley, Georgia - county seat of Peach County. Just to toot our horn a bit is all Merry Christmas everyone!
  20. Thanks for this follow up post. This is good news for Mac users who want to consider the SC2 for sure.
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    Photo etched into glass

    Very cool, be sure to post up a pic of the finished project!
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    And right back atcha! And thanks to all the regulars and newbies who frequent the forum.
  23. Hey SicSkinz, when you had dropped out - I wondered if you had changed your name to Zaar... I thought about this thread a few weeks back when US Cutter put the SC2 on sale and went to great lengths (in my mind) to lead one to think the SC2 with SCALP was good to go with a Mac. Cal
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    What sort of file is the image, is it a jpg or something other than your svg files?
  25. Did you purchase the machine directly from US Cutter, or from a 3rd party seller or off ebay? And you told them you were using a Mac? And they pushed VinylMaster on you? I have not seen on the site where Mac compatibility is shown... Which version of SCALP did you download? I have version SCALP3, so I am not sure about later versions - but here is what I will suggest: Unplug the USB, unplug the SC2 power cord, restart your computer, hook up USB, plug in and turn on the SC2. At this point I would be using plain paper and the pen tool, forget vinyl until the machine is being responsive... Open up a shape or some such on the SCALP cutting mat (the grid you see on the computer screen). This is where your version of SCALP may be different from mine. You DO NOT want to use the menu at the top to "file" & "print", repeat: do not do this! On my version, between the menu at the top and the cutting mat is a space with picture icons. One of those icons shows a paper & scissors - that is what you click on. Do this and see what happens. I will be back tomorrow to find out... Cal