Hey print fam. Today I walk you through my steps when setting up a perf cut on my hp cutter (summa d) after I printed the stickers using my HP Latex printer. These steps are used to make perf cut (most people call them die cut) stickers. This is a great way to provide individually cut stickers. I’ve found that straight lines are better, but you can do curves, it just takes longer and doesn’t always look as good. Let me know if you have any questions about perf cut or die cut stickers. Patreon – https://patreon.com/ttms My Wish List – https://amzn.to/3gBYDTY Shop Amazon – https://amzn.to/2YLo8IW Placeit – https://1.envato.market/MO02K Cam’s Podcast – https://prosaicpodcast.com/ My Podcast – https://anchor.fm/print Where I buy Vinyl – https://timetomakesomething.com/vinyl My Heat Press – https://timetomakesomething.com/fusion White Toner Printer – https://timetomakesomething.com/icolor The Design Service I use Save 15% on Penji – https://timetomakesomething.com/penji Buy From HeatTransferWarehouse – https://timetomakesomething.com/htw Buy From HeatPressNation – https://timetomakesomething.com/hpn Edited by Cam Music Credit: https://www.bensound.com/ Many of the above links are affiliate links. I receive a commission if you use them to purchase something.
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