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Found 3 results

  1. Oracal 651 or 631?

    I would like some advice on whether to use 631 or 651 (matte white) for an indoor wall (painted at least 120 days ago). The job is big, and it will be all matte vinyl. I was wondering how well the 631 will hold up. I've used it in the past, and seen it peel up. I could have had a bad roll. Does any have experience with both, and can help? Thank you.
  2. Hi all, I was recently ask if I could do some vinyl wall graphics. I don't usaully work with vinyl as I mostly use my cutter for making sandblasting stencils. I was hoping someone could tell me the basics of installing them and recommend a good vinyl for this application. Walls are indoors and are blocks with semi-gloss paint and a drywall (skim coat) with a statin paint finish. Thanks!
  3. I made a website!

    I have been working on making my own website to sell my vector images for use with cutters. It has taken ages bu has been fun, here is the result: www.craftyvectors.com I am still workng on the style and colouring as it is based on a pre made template from Shopify and I have lots of designs to add but it is tried and tested and working well. Here are a couple of files I have in the shop: