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  1. Hi there, I have a Pcut CTO1200 and have been printing the same design to t-shirt vinyl for a while. However, yesterday my cutter started mis-aligning parts of the design and the cut lines do not meet up properly. I have tried changing the offset in increments which makes small improvements but in no way solving the problem. I have attached a photo. I have cut the same item three times in a row on a scrap of vinyl to show you. As you can see, the truck on the right is the closest to correct but the spokes are not quite inside the wheel. The one on the left is a joke! The left to right images are with diffferent blade offsets but I can never get it to cut perfectly. My business relies on this cutter and I haven't had it long... please help! Sophie