My first die-cut

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BurtsBoyz
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My first die-cut

Post by BurtsBoyz » Fri Apr 15, 2016 6:23 pm

Here are my first batch of die-cut stickers took me a long time and finding this site to work out how to perfcut but I'm there now and really happy with these.

But I have a problem with them catching and it did jam up once on a first try. Any tips on how to get these spot on and can you kiss cut and perf cut on the same job??

Using a bn-20
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Re: My first die-cut

Post by Xception » Mon Apr 18, 2016 6:05 pm

The reason for jam could be the cutting pressure. If you are using VersaWork, check the pressure there. I think .02 or .03 will be better pressure. (If you have no problem cutting contour and the sticker peels off the backing is smooth then the cutting tip is good). Then proceed to check pressure at VersaWork.

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Re: My first die-cut

Post by Wally » Thu Aug 04, 2016 1:50 pm

How do you cut throught like that? Does it damage the base at all?

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Re: My first die-cut

Post by BurtsBoyz » Tue Jan 10, 2017 8:25 pm

Been doing nothing but perfcuts now its becoming a big seller. I set up.a PerfCutContour spot colour in a colour library along with normal cut and white ink. Plenty of video's on YouTube on how to do that. Once you find that perfect setting jot it down this makes sticker look a lot better and increase sales

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