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Thread: Inexpensive Nameplate/Decal/Graphic Overlay source
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On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 4:09 PM, Forrest W. Christian <forrestcspamTakeThisOuTimach.com> wrote:
> When I am running it through the cutter, I use #6575.   I also use the
> 6576 and 6578 for serial number labels on products that don't need to be
> cut.

Is the finish matte or glossy?

> For completeness, I am using the Craft Robo letter-sized cutter and
> their built-in software.

That's pretty cool. How do you align the cut with the printed area?
How much does one of those cutters run?


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