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Hello, I've been searching around the forums for a while, but I can't find and answer to my question. Will the limitations of having a 15 inch servo cutter outweigh the benefits of having a 24 inch or greater stepper cutter? I'm aware the answer largely depends on the type of work i will be doing, but I've yet to decide my focus. The two types of machines in question seem to be around the same price, which brought me to wonder if a 15 inch cutter would be wide enough. Please comment with your opinions and type of work you mainly do. Also, if you use a 15 inch cutter and regret buying it, please let me know why. Thanks
In the spirit of making the most educated purchase, I've been browsing and searching the Pre-Sale Questions forum, but have not found a thread I was looking for. Without getting into any other aspect of the various machines and their features, I would like to collect ideas on how to decide on the width of a vinyl cutter to get. Examples: Is there an advantage to owning a narrower machine (12" - 19")? Is there a width that should be avoided? What's the sweet spot for a great all-around cutter? What are the advantages when it comes to buying vinyl in certain widths? Have you "gotten by" with a smaller machine that cost you a lot less money? Are there certain types of vinyl cutting jobs that a particular width of machines works perfect for? Are there "industry standards" or "best practices" to be aware of? Horror stories? Success stories? Thanks for you input. (If this thread works out, maybe it could get pinned??) Marshall