Ever since the first wide-format printer was released, most sign shops saw the potential to create smaller images that could be contour cut and made into decals or stickers for various applications. Print and cut projects can be made easy with a few careful considerations and thinking your project through from start to finish.
In this blog, we want to show you some of the things to consider when preparing for a print and cut application and give you some tips for getting the best workflow for a successful project.
Before we give you some tips, let’s define a few considerations to the print & cut workflow.
Below is a video/webinar on using the MUTOH printer in a print & cut workflow.
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