When cutting heat transfer materials that vary in thickness, it’s a good idea to keep different size blades available. A blade holder keeps the blade secure and makes it easier to change blades when necessary.
Adjustable to give you depth options according to your materials.
Having an extra blade holder is a great way to keep different size blades available when you need them.
Label each blade holder with the size of the blade so that there is no guessing when you need it.
Questions & Answers
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How long do cutting blades last?
There is no hard and fast rule for this. The length of time that a blade lasts will depend on a variety of factors including how much cutting you are doing and what you are cutting. For example, reflective materials have glass beads in them and wear down blades much faster than do heat transfer materials, for example. The rule of thumb is to perform and evaluate test cuts at regular intervals. If you are working with a material that isn’t cutting the way it used to, check your blade first.
Why are designs not cutting smoothly and leaving ragged edges?
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.
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