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Re: Cricut Plotters

Postby PeterM_Vang » Mon Jan 25, 2010 3:25 pm

I bought my sister one of these for Christmas for her scrap booking but, I've been itching to go over and test out how it cuts vinyl. You don't need any cartridges and it hooks right up to your PC like a printer. I'll report back when I get a little test session in.
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Re: Cricut Plotters

Postby gator » Wed Jan 27, 2010 6:54 pm

pointdisc wrote:This is probably the best plotter to use for the money, hands down --> Awesome cheap plotter!

plotters are cool too, yo

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Re: Cricut Plotters

Postby riverboy » Fri Jan 29, 2010 12:23 am

No plotter but due to no place in town selling vinyl cheap I buy the vinyl sheets for this.
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Re: Cricut Plotters

Postby pembertonian » Tue Feb 02, 2010 1:05 pm

ah... it's good but about the "hands down"- that would be the point of a cricut or other vinyl cutter. it does a lot better at "staying in the lines" than I can. I use contact paper but I'm sure vinyl works fine too. it is more rewarding to make a nice one by hand but it really sucks to screw up and then have to start over.
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