Disc Artwork, Dying, Technique etc...
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My wife uses a machine thats real similiar to yours called a "Cricut".
It does the same thing, cuts Vinyl and what not. But I think you have to purchase packs of shapes and designs for it to be able to cut them.
http://www.cricut.com/Default.aspx?Aspx ... eSupport=1
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I already have a screen printing shop where I print t-shirts ect., so I would use the cutter for other applications as well.
I understand what you guys are saying about the satisfaction of cutting the design yourself and I will also be trying that technique.
I am going to try experimenting with a few things that I think might provide good results. Maybe not.
Just thought I would check here to see if I could find a few things out before I go and re-invent the wheel.
No stolen discs here to practice on.
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Nice work! I can't wait to try layering and playing with shades of colors.
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