I'm running a VersaCamm SP-300v.  When I'm doing a print and cut job together, it advances about 8" to 10" after printing and then reels back and cuts.  Is there anyway to reduce that advance amount before it starts cutting?  It just advances one little space at the time and I would like to cut that time down a little. 

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It does this so that the heaters can dry the ink before cutting.
You can change the setting on the VC to overide but I don't recommend it unless you are using white borders on prints and be aware that the trailing edge has not dried when the machine is cutting.
Menu, scroll to feed for dry - disable.

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