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Vinyl Cutter Setup – Creation CR730 / CR1300

The CR730 (24″) and CR1300 (48″) cutters are true USB 2.0 cutters. Setup with Windows is fairly straight forward but may require some driver installation from the user. These cutters do not work with Mac as drivers for Mac are … Continue reading

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Cutting Window Tint With A Vinyl Cutter

Cutting window tint on a vinyl cutter is particularly challenging and requires patience and some trial and error. The window tint material is very fragile. It also contains metals and ceramics that will dull blades quickly. Below are some bullet … Continue reading

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CutterPros Walk-In Customer Policy

Valued Customers, As CutterPros has grown over the past 5 years we have experienced an exponential increase in our local walk-in traffic. First, we would like to thank you all for allowing us to serve your needs. Second, we would … Continue reading

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Customer Memo 01/13/2017

Valued Customers, We would like to take the opportunity to announce some new products we have added to the web site. As many of you are aware, we have expanded the 12″ and 15″ desktop cutters with Saga with 9 … Continue reading

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True Size Scaling in DragonCut

1) Open DragonCut 2) Go to “Tools” on the top menu, select “Plugins & Modules”, select “Vinyl Spooler…” 3) In the Vinyl Spooler, select “Cutter” from the top menu bar, select “Configure Cutter” 4) Select “Units” on the left side … Continue reading

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Vinyl Cutting Rubber Sand Mask Or Paint Mask

For best results when cutting rubber mask with a vinyl cutter, follow these guidelines: 1) Make sure the cutter is cutting the rubbery side of the material. One side is shiny and slippery, one side is dull and rubbery. Always … Continue reading

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Preparing Boat Surfaces For Application Of Vinyl

The first step for preparing boat surfaces for the application of vinyl is cleaning. IPA (isopropyl alcohol) is generally recommended unless the substrate manufacturer states that there is an incompatibility. Caution: many cleaning agents can leave a residue that either … Continue reading

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Changing The Carriage On A Saga Standard Stepper Or Servo Vinyl Cutter

1) Remove plug from vinyl cutter (Always the first step when servicing your cutter) 2) Remove endcaps (four screws on inside plates) 3) Remove the top cover plate (carefully so you don’t pinch the wires on the right side). It … Continue reading

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