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  • Can I cut perforated shapes with a Craft Robo?

    I am interested in the Craft Robo CC220, but I am not sure about the perforated cutting, will I be able to cut perforated lines so that shapes can be torn apart later?

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    you can cust perforations, I use perforations as scoring lines or for a strait line for tear off strips on flyers, not sure about shapes though.
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    • #3
      Hi tonyrobbo, if you go into the cutting settings you can replace the solid cut line for a dashed one that might do the trick

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      • #4
        Thanks for your replies

        I know some perforated edges are smoother than others when torn off, anybody know how smooth the edges are?

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        • #5
          guide on net

          hello,
          well i am using it for straight lines...because its my work...now i don't know about the shapes...i think so you must search it through Google you definitely find something helping material
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          • #6
            Hi Tonyrobbo

            Have you tried ringing Graphtec direct? They are only too pleased to help with any queries and will talk you through at the same time. They also have a dedicated forum.

            If you call 01978 666700 and ask for Vikki or Brian

            I have just purchased the CC330-20 and it took me ages to to decide whether to go ahead and I asked loads of questions, which Brian was only too pleased to answer.

            Hope you sort it out

            Netty1

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