Klick-N-Kut Die Cutter

Di-Cutter Instructions

Fired Sample:

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All decals were cut within  a small setting range, however this force and speed greatly matter. If the wrong setting is used the decal will rip. You can see some evidence of that in pictures below.

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Emerald No 4, Force 140, Speed 14, Cut 1
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Grey No 8, Speed 13, Force 127, Cut 1
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Rose No 5, Speed 13, Force 127, Cut 1
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Black No 6, Speed 13, Force 127, Cut 1
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Chocolate No 9, Speed 13, Force 127, Cut 1

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Orange No 2, Speed 14, Force 130, Cut 1

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White, Speed 12, Force 127, Cut 1
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Yellow 4I, Speed 12, Force 127, Cut 1
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Grass Green No 11, Speed 11, Force 125, cut 1

Note: Grass Green is a delicate sheet with a tendency to rip.

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Marine Blue No7,  Speed 12, Force 127, Cut 1

Note: Blues are the only color that change greatly in firing.

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Red, Force 140, Speed 14, Cut 1

Note: Fine cuts such a the lobster limbs often rip.

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Sky Blue No 13, Speed 12, Force 127, Cut 1
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Ocher No 11, Force 140, Speed 14, Cut 1

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Film: Tampopo

Tampopo (タンポポ Tanpopo?, literally “dandelion”) is a 1985 Japanese comedy film by director Juzo Itami, starring Tsutomu Yamazaki,Nobuko Miyamoto, Kōji Yakusho, and Ken Watanabe. The publicity for the film calls it the first “ramen western”, a play on the termSpaghetti Western (films about the American Old West made by Italian production studios).