Vinyl Cutters
Vinyl Cutters Cut heat applied graphics in-house.

Vinyl cutters are the equipment choice for do-it-yourself production of heat transfer graphics. Use them with heat transfer material or transfer paper to create one-of-a-kind designs for apparel or for personalized print-on-demand orders.

Our cutters are for both beginners and advanced heat printers. Easy to operate, this equipment is a great add-on to an existing screen printing or embroidery business.

Start your business off right with the equipment and accessories you'll need in a Stahls' Canada Start-Up Package.
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Superior tracking and contour cutting. $1250

User friendly and efficient with advanced features.
$2090

Features any sign maker will love in a stylish machine.
$2845

Fast, accurate vinyl cutting and plotting.
$1745

Exceptional cutting force for the toughest jobs.
From $3295

Great for beginners or advanced users.
$1795

Ideal for more advanced users.
From $3695

Ideal for large-format jobs.
$6995

Questions & Answers

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Q:
Why are designs not cutting smoothly and leaving ragged edges?
A:
First, check that your blade does not need to be replaced, then verify that you are using the proper cutting guidelines for the material you are cutting. If this doesn't solve the problem, it could be the amount of nodes in the design. To reduce the number of nodes in a design you will need to use your graphics program's node edit tool.
Q:
How do I cut backgrounds on my vinyl cutter?
A:
Creating a background layer will involve using a contour tool within a graphic art program. In CorelDRAW®, for example, use the Interactive Contour Tool to create additional layers to the outside of the original object. Keep in mind, when cutting a background layer you will need to perform test cuts and adjust the cutting specifications the same way you would cut a foreground layer.
Q:
What caused my material to bunch while cutting?
A:
On a vinyl cutter, be sure the pinch rollers are locked down, securing the edges of your material to allow for continuous feed.
Q:
Why must I change my cutter settings when I put in a new color of material?
A:
Although the product may remain the same, the composition may vary from color to color, making some thicker or thinner than others. We suggest doing a test cut each time a new roll is put into your cutter.
Q:
How do I cut backgrounds on my vinyl cutter?
A:
Creating a background layer will involve using a contour tool within a graphic art program. In CorelDRAW®, for example, use the Interactive Contour Tool to create additional layers to the outside of the original object. Keep in mind, when cutting a background layer you will need to perform test cuts and adjust the cutting specifications the same way you would cut a foreground layer.
Q:
Why are designs not cutting smoothly and leaving ragged edges?
A:
First, check that your blade does not need to be replaced, then verify that you are using the proper cutting guidelines for the material you are cutting. If this doesn't solve the problem, it could be the amount of nodes in the design. To reduce the number of nodes in a design you will need to use your graphics program's node edit tool.
Q:
My cutter won’t cut after the job was sent from my computer. What could be the problem?
A:
Check to see that your cables are securely connected from the computer to the cutter. If that doesn't work, consult your owner's manual.
Q:
What caused my material to bunch while cutting?
A:
On a vinyl cutter, be sure the pinch rollers are locked down, securing the edges of your material to allow for continuous feed.
Q:
My cut tray is not moving for my Ioline 300. Do I need a repair?
A:
Check to see if the small drive belt needs to be replaced.

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