I am looking for a vinyl decal cutter that is one step above the Cricut cutters.
While the Cricut machines work well for many of there apps, when I import other designs the Cricut doesn't seem to cut the entire image for easy weeding. I am looking for a better cutter without spending thousands of dollars. Anyone have an answer or guidance to a solution for top quality vinyl decals for resale. Thanks!
I don't know if you have a program but I hear the sure cuts alot program which you can download from the web, Is supposed to be very good. Youtube has some videos that show you how to use it as well. You may want to check that out. Sure cuts alot is supposed to work well with the cricut. I haven't used it but I hear great things about it.
As Diane Inside stated you can use the Sure Cuts a Lot program (SCAL) to make custom die cuts with your Cricut. Another program you can use is called the Make the Cut. If you are looking for an entirely different machine, I would recommend checking out either the Xyron Wishblade or the Silhouette. Both are digital design cutters that you can use your computer and downloaded fonts and images - and both will also cut vinyl.
I bought a Roland SX-15 vinyl cutter. It comes with Dr. Stika software that can upload BMP file. You can easily adjust the cutting depth. Roland makes several sizes of these cutters. They are very easy to use.
I sell the Silhouette SD Cutter which is much better than the Cricut. It is a more industrial type cutter and I sell it along with Vinyl and supplies @ surrysigns.com Also sell the SCAL and Make The Cut programs. Check out the website for more information.