Standard 4" Squeegee - Blue. Standard 4" Squeegee - White. Standard 4" Squeegee - Yellow. Vinyl Letter Removing Solvent. Weeding Knife. Weeding Knife Blades. Heat Transfer Cover Sheet. The one paper that does double duty! Heat Transfer Pillow 10" x 10". Heat Transfer Pillow 12" x 14". Heat Transfer Pillow 16" x 20".
Heat Transfer Pillow 5" x 18". Heat Transfer Pillow 6" x 8". Plus side they are a little more ergonomic and fit well in your hands Minus the lifter is not Tool - Various - Ceremony Vinyl (Vinyl) agile as the silhouette lifter and the scraper isn't as good as the silhouette collection.
I do like the colors and the holes at the ends so I can hang these above my work Tool - Various - Ceremony Vinyl (Vinyl) for easy access. I seem to be reviewing two products at once So cricut wins on scissors, tweezers and See All Buying Options. These tools make using my shilloutte machine much easier. Weeding the vinyl, getting the vinyl off the backing, all much better. ReWritten review Tools are a nice size verse the tiny ones before.
Their customer service is VERY determined to make sure you are satisfied with their product. Two thumbs up and five stars from this crafter! This set is a great value for the price, Tool - Various - Ceremony Vinyl (Vinyl). Comes with a good assortment of Tool - Various - Ceremony Vinyl (Vinyl) and application tools.
If you buy these tools from most sign suppliers each item would cost as much as this whole set. So far so good. It works great. It is easy to use. I found a video on youtube that helped me use it. I just did a search for a F2C Heat Press and found instructions.
The only instructions I got were in Chinese. I wish the seller would get the instructions translated, these days with google translate, it wouldn't be hard to do! Anyway, I am rating the machine, which works great not the seller. I use these Tool - Various - Ceremony Vinyl (Vinyl) every day with my vinyl cutter. Article Summary. Method 1 of Mark the tile where it needs to be cut. Measure the space you need to fit a tile into using a tape measure. Mark the places you need to cut the tile with a pencil.
Score the vinyl tile with a utility knife. Use a piece of ceramic tile to weight down the vinyl tiles and use as a straightedge. Line up the edge of the extra tile with the mark on the other tile where you need to make a cut. Firmly run your knife down the edge of the extra tile to score the piece that needs trimming. You can also soften the tile with a heat gun to make precise cuts.
Wear work gloves while working with a utility knife and cut slowly away from your hand. Break off the excess. Simply bend the tile at the score mark to cleanly break the tile. Keep the excess in case you need to use it later. Method 2 of Place your tile in the vinyl cutter. Use the tape measure running down the edge of the tile cutter to line up the tile where you need to make the cut. Call your local store to see if this is an option for you.
Adjust the depth of the blade by turning the screws. Twist the screws on either side of the top of the cutter to raise or lower the blade so that the tile will fit neatly under it.
Press the handle down. Firmly move the handle from the upright position down toward the base of the cutter.
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