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Yeah youre right I was thinking of vinyl express
Keep in mind the big bonus to that cameo, I would think, would be the software that comes with it. The guys that have it seem to like the...
Have a US Cutter Titan 3. Does a great job on stencils & masks. Also excellent for signage, HTV for shirts & sand blast masks, all of...
Thanks I will check it out.
I like how you originally did it. But how about using clear sheet protectors instead of tracing paper. You can trace on them with fine...
yep,You kinda see what i mean then.
I have yet to see a micron owner on here say they don't also love their eclipse.
I’ve been doing everything with the CM-C this last week! 0.23 is large for me... Maybe I’ll like the Eclipse!
I don’t use any metalics.... never used bigger than a 0.2mm but I’ll give it a try!
Not to mention when you just wanna lay down some paint
I find myself grabbing my .3 a lot
basically 80% actually. It's just plain easier...
Cheap... and @twood seems to like his quite well
You'll still find uses for the bigger nozzle even though you've got microns. I wouldn't want to always be stuck with a .2
Metallics for one...
you can pull super fine lines with that .35 it is just a lot easier to do with the .23 or .18 micron LOL.
if it did work, it would not work well... the gap between nozzle and air cap hole is an important relationship within the AB.
HMMM, I think my ps-270 maybe already basically is one. Seems it's got a B+ tip but it uses the same needle as the .3 (ps289) version....
The old style that they never changed .
But if you want to build a poor man micron
The original "Poor Man's Micron" is as follows....