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How do they do that?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Wagner Mar 2, 2012. 2 Replies

Sometimes when a customer calls for a quote I check other pricing on the internet.  I do this to see if I'm in the ballpark or in outer space.  I was checking around for color custom banners and was…Continue

Banner length limits

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ken Wagner Sep 21, 2011. 3 Replies

I know not many here use Illustrator but I'll ask anyway.  I use ILLY to set up almost everything for the 540.  I found ILLY has a limit of 227 inches or almost 19 feet.  I was wondering if there was…Continue

Tags: Limit, Length, Large, Banner

Shirts for Soccer

Started this discussion. Last reply by Butch Sep 21, 2011. 6 Replies

Anyone know of a supplier Soffe style athletic shirts.  They are cotton shirts in at least 10 colors. We need to have youth and adult sizes and colors should match.  I have attached a picture of the…Continue

Tags: supplier, cotton, athletic, shirts

Has this ever happened to you?

Started Sep 17, 2011 0 Replies

Well folks, I stepped in it this last week. We have the Popeye Picnic here each year the weekend after Labor day.  I am on the picnic committee so it can get pretty busy in the weeks leading up to…Continue

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Mike Bertrand replied to Ken Wagner's discussion Cutting Blades...The Difference?
"I replaced the blade and the cuts are very crisp now, and require less pressure. I couldn't magnify the old blade or see damage, but it sure had a lot of fuzz/debris all around it. New blade cuts like a dream!"
Nov 25
irving donaldson replied to Ken Wagner's discussion Cutting Blades...The Difference?
"As Dennis stated check tip under magnification you usually will see it is chipped, if not chipped then dull, if perforated also check cutting strip for damage."
Oct 23
irving donaldson replied to Ken Wagner's discussion Cutting Blades...The Difference?
"Yes, it is a matter of loosening the brass thumb screw, lifting up the blade holder, pushing the blade plunger, carefully extracting the blade and replacing with new one.  Always check your blade tip, easy to chip and give you bad cuts. Even…"
Oct 23
Mike Bertrand replied to Ken Wagner's discussion Cutting Blades...The Difference?
"Is replacing a blade on a BN-20 easy enough for a non-technician to perform?"
Oct 23
Dennis Dunning replied to Ken Wagner's discussion Cutting Blades...The Difference?
"When I am not getting a clean tear, I often find that it is due to a dull blade. It is hard to see a dull point on a blade unless you can magnify the image. I examine blades with a binocular microscope at 30X magnification. Sometimes I amazed at how…"
Oct 23
Mike Bertrand replied to Ken Wagner's discussion Cutting Blades...The Difference?
"So lately I've had to increase the gpf or gpi cut pressure on all cuts. And now, when I do weeding the vinyl is kind of ripping and not a smooth break. I'm guessing that's just a dull blade."
Oct 23
irving donaldson replied to Ken Wagner's discussion Cutting Blades...The Difference?
"3.5 and below 45deg Above consider a sharp 45deg, a double cut with a 45deg or a 60deg single cut"
Oct 23
Mike Bertrand replied to Ken Wagner's discussion Cutting Blades...The Difference?
"Half of my cutting is on 2.5mil, half is on 5.0mil. Which blade should I go with?"
Oct 22

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Hometown: Please include City & State
Chester, IL (No where near Chicago!!)
Core Business
Embroidery, T-shirt Shop, Graphic Designer, Other
Your Position
Owner
Website:
http://blazingfast.com
Type of Printer/Cutter if owned:
Roland Versacamm VP540i and Epson 9800 44" Printer
Type of Heat Press if owned:
Knight K20

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At 11:41am on April 29, 2010, Kevin Hirata said…
Hi Ken,

Welcome to Myversacamm. I encourage you to actively use this site as a resource to learn more about the Versacamm and some of the neat and fun things it can produce. Let me know if you may have any questions, or post your questions on one of our forums.

FYI, we'e having a live chat session this evening at 7:00 ET. Just sign into Myversacamm and jump in with your questions or comments. It's an open forum, so pretty much anything goes.

Thanks for joining us!

Kevin
At 9:46am on April 29, 2010, Steven Jackson said…
Ken,
Welcome to MyVersacamm! I hope that you find some useful information in one of our forums or on one of the blogs. Please let me know if there are any questions that I can help answer for you.

Thanks for joining our community!

~Steven
 
 
 

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