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  1. Hello everyone Just wondering does anyone happen to have any calibration manual or know how to do the calivration of X and Y axis for Creation PCut CT630 Vinylo cutter? Mine one has started giving positional errors while cutting thin borderlines, Any help will be greatly appreciated Regards C.S.Kainth
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    PVC versus Polyester vinyls

    Thank you, I did try the same with Avery Gold chrome mirror. It did cut OK but weeding it was a nightmare
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    PVC versus Polyester vinyls

    Hello everyone I have a query: 1. Are polyester films hard to cut than PVC Vinyls? I have been using the material mentioned in the link to cut some decorative stuff: https://www.conect.net.au/avery-gloss-gold.html However, most of the times I use the following Sign Vinyl: https://www.conect.net.au/metamark-m7.html Also, any inputs from your experience to be kept in mind when cutting this thin polyester film please?
  4. Yes, I did check the file for errors. The catch is, when I did it for the second time, it came up perfect!!!!!
  5. Thanks. I cut a rectangle with rounded corners yesterday and found the start and the end points are different. I guess this is an offest related issue. Right????
  6. Just of curiosity, can I run a cemented carbide blade on this cutter(creation Pcut ct630)? the original onea that I got with cutter were Tungsten steel I guess and I have a cemented carbide blade with me.
  7. The corners are a little bit rounded but not bad as compared to the edges of the letters. Do I need to increase the offset or decrease it. I am currently running it on 0.25
  8. Yes the new blades are 45 deg blades, exactly same as the old ones, just from a different supplier
  9. Hi I have a 600 mm Creation PCUT 630 vinyl cutter. I put up a new blade yesterday as the previous one was damaged. I had to put up an aftermarket blade I got from EBAY as the supplier had them out of stock and I had some urgent work to do. I ran the blade on following setting Press: 86 Speed:40 (small text was to be cut) I found that the edges are not coming up square. Please have a look at the attached picture. The word CARBON is a mess. Is it the problem with the knife offset or may be because of new blade it was going deep into the vinyl? Do we need to adjust the knife offset every time we change the blade please? Please share some inputs Regards
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    Help required

    Thanks a lot guys
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    Help required

    Hi everyone Is cutting polyester vinyl a bit harder on cutter than normal calendared or cast vinyl? Any inputs please as I have to cut a decal in chrome polyester vinyl and it called for the higher downforce (press) and lower feed. Also, its weeding was a bit hard as compared to the same for calendared vinyl. Is it just normal?
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    Can anyone advise me on this?

    Hello all I understand that this post may be labelled as a bit out of context but please excuse me for that. Recently, I got my Wifi router relocated to a wallpoint near the Vinyl cutter. I have the Optical Fibre coming to my Inside Box. Since, then, I have been getting disruptions in my service. Please have a look at the attached photos. My question is: Is the operation of the cutter and/or static charge present in the vinyl;strong enough for the interference in the internet service to the modem or Wi fi signal? I was told by someone that the cutter, while in operation generates an electromagnetic field which may interfere with the internet signal which I am unable to digest. I am attaching some photos for clarification Any advice will be highly appreciated
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    Help required to prevent peeling and bubbling

    Hi Jburns It was only using the heatgun that I could peel the decal off from the area wherein the paint was good. Without it , I guess the decals woould have bought the paint off. I didn't heat it too much, just slightly andthe decal came off perfectly