icmomoney

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About icmomoney

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  1. Dakotagrafx, you are the guru of all things cut and print. I may go Titan3, then, as it's the automatic and not too pricey right now. Thank you, both of you for everything, it definitely gave me some insight on what to look for for the jobs I'm doing. And if I can get away with it, I will DEFINITELY put a shape around the letters. Thank you again, so much!!
  2. lmao, okay, crying here! Poor little armless vinyl cutting machines.. they'll never make it in today's world!!! *still snickering, ignoring people looking at me in my shop, thinking I've lost my mind* So... I thought the laser, optic eye, arms things all worked the same, just maybe not as detailed??
  3. ((((Laughing my butt off right now because andygeekboy says a machine doesn't have arms... bahahahahah Duhhhhhh!!)))
  4. Okieday, sooo... The Titan 2 has what for contouring? The 3 has arms, and LP2 has laser and the Titan 2 has??
  5. well, crud... You don't think the LP2 will work?
  6. I have a solvent printer as well, that I can use if need be for the super small stuff. Do you think I should ante up and get the Titan2 or just buy the LP2(since it's on sale) and save money for the Graphtec I want?? And I know the LP2 has to use the registration marks, but does the Titan? Or does it have auto and manual contouring?
  7. USC has a new SC series, also... anyone know anything about these?
  8. Just found out it's stepper... I understand that servo is better for super small details (such as small lettering)?
  9. Hey y'all, It's Sarah again. Right now I'm cutting with the MH871-MK2, and it's done well for what I was doing. Now I'm getting into contour cutting (I have a designjet z6100 for printing) and need something with laser/optic eye for contouring... I found a greeeat deal for a USC LaserPoint2 that somes WITH VinylMaster.. It's 379.00. Now, I have a huge order coming due where I'm going to need contour cutting in small letters. Will that machine work and work well? I want to get a Graphtec, but until I get this order DONE, the money isn't available... so should I go for the good deal and get the LP2? I've read a little about the Titan 2 and 3 and honestly wasn't impressed... Also, is the LP2 stepper or servo?? Thanks! Sarah
  10. lol, okay, soooooo... I finally got my brain connected to the rest of my body today.. I was frustrated and aggravated and nothing I was doing was working.. So I said F it and reset everything to default........ VOILA!!!!!!!!!! Thanks guys, I really appreciate all the help!!
  11. That really didn't make any sense... When I roll them with my fingers, they rotate, but they do not move other than that
  12. They roll easily by hand, but the roller itself doesn't actually move
  13. No, mine just just has the single holder spot. Lol, I really wish it was that though! @Dakotagrafx Where are the screws located, do you know?? I see what looks like allenheads on the actual bar itself, is that what you're referring to?
  14. Oh, okay, I know what you're talking about now. This is why I'm so irritated, it seems to work perfectly in some areas, and then go crazy on others! I'm not the original owner, I actually bought it used on a whim a couple years ago, and now use it daily. I check those screws, though, and see if that could be it. Thank you again
  15. I don't know what a knurled roller is... is that what holds the vinyl in place? I checked the blade holder, couldn't find any cracks there. And yes, it does fine on regular vinyl, but the HTV it just seems to go wonky. I've tried lessening the pressure ( recommended by HTV site was 50g, but no.. Definitely not) and then it just skips across the vinyl, making what looks like dotted lines. I just bought new blades and installed. Adding a pic to show you guys results.