I have been searching and comparing for days now. I cannot find any comments, discussions or feedback on this!
I'm looking to use a vinyl cutter to cut out some logos using carbon fiber vinyl. After searching here are my assumptions:
1. Avoid any textured carbon fiber (I would assume textured would affect the accuracy of the cuts and possibly ruin the blade)
2. Look for printed, untextured carbon fiber vinyl
3. If possible, get unlaminated vinyl (I would assume the laminate would affect the cuts and make a mess of the blade).
Has anyone done this before? Can it be done? If yes, does anyone have a vinyl recommendation? Most of what I'm finding is textured and/or laminated (like a 3-layer vinyl) which I'm not sure about. Again, I've searched and everything is geared towards vinyl wraps. I'm looking to use a roll of carbon fiber vinyl on a vinyl cutter then apply transfer tape to later apply it to a vehicle (not looking to do a wrap). I've considered ordering a sample or small roll for some testing but was hoping to get some research and suggestions first. A customer is requesting some decals using carbon fiber vinyl and I want to make sure it works, and if it does, give him an accurate quote based on the one I would buy. The 2 I am considering are "Avery Dennison Printed High Gloss Real D Black Carbon Fiber Vinyl Wrap" and "3M Printed High Gloss Real D Black Carbon Fiber Vinyl Wrap". Any advice would be appreciated, preferably from someone who has tried this before. Thank you!