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Regards, My name is John and I live in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

Bought a used Titan 15" tabletop from a pro sign maker and as a retired hobbyist am learning it's use.

Did my first cut today and to my surprise wasted only a foot of stock before I got a usable product.

The machine came with Sure-Cuts-A-Lot Pro 3 which leads to a question...

When I tried to cut what I saw on the screen in SCAL3 (2 columns of text) the first column cut OK.

The second column seemed to overlap the first and wraparound to some extent. It did not look like that in SCAL3.

So... is my problem using the USB connection or maybe trying to cut too wide.

Does this cutter genuinely cut a full 15 inches wide? Should I allow wider margins when cutting columns of text?

Is SCAL3 truly a 'WSIWYG' product?


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good morning, rocky.

When using SCAL, you want to avoid using the WSIWYG setting, and choose the "Origin" point in the cutting screen.

Also, you'll probably want to switch from SCAL to VinylMasterCut software as you go forward.

By the way, what is a "column of text" ?




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