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  1. icmomoney

    Need help...

    Hey y'all, My name is Sarah, and I've been cutting with the MH871-MK2 for about 1.5 years now. I love it, I really do, and it's done awesome work for me. I do vinyl decals, etc., for business and personal use, and it's never let me down once I figured it out! Until recently... I added heat transfer vinyl to my business for t-shirts and things of that ilk. I did a couple large designs, and my cutter did as expected, but when I try to do smaller things, especially letters, it literally chews them up. Edges don't meet, shapes are skewed, and the letters end up looking terrible. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I'm using Jet Pro Soft Stretch, so I know the vinyl is not a poor or low quality... And I've tried every combination of force, overcut, velocity, everything that I can think of. I would really appreciate ANY help at all, and suggestions, anything!! I'm at a loss for what to do... Thanks in advance, Sarah
  2. I made this video a while ago, but thought I should share it with the group. It shows how I use the effect --> contour cut to make an outline of some text for some lettering. It allows for me to create a layered set of outlines to cut on my laserpoint 24 and create some RTA (ready to apply) lettering.
  3. I posted this is the wrong category and am reposting here. Sorry. I have a steam carpet cleaning company in Palm Harbor Florida. I have lettered my truck and store front. Since doing this I have had other renters in the mall where I am asking me to do signs and storefronts for them as well. I want to charge what is appropriate for the work I am doing. I don't want to do the work at a price that hurts signmakers who do this for a living. What would have you guys charged for the services below? Thanks, it is a big help. Storefront: , 4 x 8, 2 Sides: 14 Foot Box Truck, Side: 14 Foot Box Truck, Rear:
  4. buckeyenewb

    Need your input/ advice

    I am doing my first big job, it is a van, but the color is Maroon. Tried white byitself, then gold on white, and reflective gold on white as background. It seems the last one gave the best results. Has anyone tried anything different that got a good impact, and did not have to use two layers. I understand the relation between letter heigh and visibility, is there any rule about letter spacing? what should be minumum space between letters when they are let say 3 inches high/ Ira