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Hi I want to pre manufacture a bunch of vinyl stickers to sell. I am using Oracal 651 and Ultra Transfer Rite Tape Medium Tack. The question is this. If I create the sticker ( a set of words), weed it and then apply the mask, what is the maximum length of time recommended do I have before installing it on a vehicle? ????? Follow up question Is there anyway around this issue? Thanks a bunch for the feedback! Keith
I got a roll of Siser mask with my new Titan 3 plotter a couple of weeks ago, but hadn't needed to open it. Tonight I was working late in my shop and happened to look up and see a couple of ants on the sealed box, so I swiped them off and more appeared... so my wife and I opened the box to find it full of red ants! They were all between the layers of material and had a full nest happening inside the roll! Is that glue like catnip to them or what? Anybody ever seen this? After we unrolled the material we also found "something" growing on the backing on the material too. Keep in mind, this box has been sealed, taped up completely since I got it. Anybody else ever have this, or have suggestions on how to prevent it???
I have read every thread in this forum I believe and I still cannot come up with a good answer. Any advice would be MOST appreciated. As near as I can tell, the ability to cut sandblast resist is a function of the correct blade (60 degree) and amount of downforce applied (250 grams +) As I look at the comparison chart, I find that many of the USCutter branded cutters have ample downforce, especially the Laserpoint II which lists downforce maximum at 800 grams! I don't know if that's a typo or not but thats a lot of downforce. However, when you look at what these machines CAN'T cut it clearly lists SANDBLAST RESIST. I am confused. Many of the USCutter machines have more downforce than the so called PRO machines that are listed as being able to cut sandblast resist so what is the story? It appears that I should be able to cut HARTCO 425 easily with the Laserpoint and maybe even the HARTCO 535. HELP!