Your cutter may be a basic or advanced model however, all of that power and precision is channelled to your vinyl through the blade. So if you’re using the wrong blades, or if you’re using worn-out blades, or if your blade is installed incorrectly, all of that power and precision is nullified. If you use the right blade, install it correctly, and maintain it, you get to enjoy all the benefits your vinyl cutter can deliver. Think of your blade as the conduit of quality. All Skycut Vinyl cutters sold by Pro Graphix use either a 45° degree 0r 58° blade. Over time the cutter blades will start to diminish which will result in inconsistencies in the cut or waste of media. If used consistently, every day blades can last up to 2 months before showing signs of wear.
COMPATIBLE WITH OTHER CUTTERS INCLUDING ROLAND CUTTERS
Whether you’re buying and installing a replacement vinyl plotter blade or installing the blade in a brand new cutter, the first thing you have to know is how much of the blade should be exposed. If you have enough blade sticking out to clearly see and feel the tip, it’s probably too far out. Most new vinyl cutter owners improperly install the blade with too much of it protruding from the holder. Set it so that you can barely see the tip. Then take the blade holder and manually drag it across a sheet of vinyl making a box pattern or square. You should be able to weed that easily, but you shouldn’t see deep scoring of the release liner. If you flip the vinyl over, you should not be able to feel the cut line in the back of the liner. If you can cut vinyl manually without carving up the liner Pro Graphix Cutter Blades use an offset of 0.35mm or 0.50mm
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