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What is Contour Cutting? Vinyl Cutting Video Demonstrate Contour Cutting

What is contour cutting? Vinyl Cutting Video Demonstrate Contour Cutting.

The above named video describes and demonstrates step by step how to do contour cutting with FlexiSign software along with Advanced Machinery’s V-Smart Vinyl Cutting Machine.

The video gives you a description of the equipment needed to do the contour cutting such as a pen plotter, A4 page, a blade holder, and sticker paper.

The video explains and demonstrates how to do your registration marks needed for the contour cutting, how to line up the Contour Laser Optical Eye, followed by the detailed step by step demonstration of the actual contour cutting on the V-Smart Vinyl Cutting Machine.

From inserting the A4 page into the Vinyl Cutting Machine through to the actual contour cutting of your desired sticker(s). Contour cutting stickers can be used for a various amount of different things such as car stickers, wall art decorations, signs, logos etc.

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You can also refer to for more information regarding our CNC Vinyl Cutting Machines with Contour Cutting Funciton.

Contour cutting is a way to cut out pre-printed media by the cutting through the contour line. Contour line is the outline positive or negative offset of the printed object. A vinyl cutter with contour cutting function from Advanced Machinery ( ) is able to accurately cut out the printed media no matter the distortion during printing process and screwed during reposition.