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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Plotters' started by ghetto_cowboy, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. ghetto_cowboy

    ghetto_cowboy Member

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    Hiya guys,

    I have a JSI 24" cutter and it seems to cut deeper on the left side, works great up till 15 inches or so wide then it starts to dig in a lil

    anyone else had this prob? or know any solutions?

    thanx
    joshua
     
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  2. learned the hard way

    learned the hard way Active Member

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    Replace the cutter protection strip. It cuts deeper where the strip is worn more.
     
  3. ghetto_cowboy

    ghetto_cowboy Member

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    how long do they usually last? we've only had it for about 2 weeks using it a couple times a week
    tia
    joshua
     
  4. gvgraphics

    gvgraphics Very Active Member

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    The cut strip should last about 6 months or so depending on the amount you cut. What it sounds like is either the cut strip isnt flat or you have been cutting with too much pressure. Can you see cuts in the strip? Also check to see if it is flush all the way across the cutter.
     
  5. ghetto_cowboy

    ghetto_cowboy Member

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    ahh i did have a few probs with pressure and setting the blade right when it first came in, i'll have to give it a look after work
    thanx for the help guys,
    joshua

    p.s. thanx for not flaming my cutter
    :U Rock:
     
  6. gvgraphics

    gvgraphics Very Active Member

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    Ok you asked for it, O'h what the hell I let this one live. LOL
     
  7. Replicator

    Replicator Major Contributor

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    Try just flipping the cutting strip over !

    and Welcome to Signs101
     
  8. ghetto_cowboy

    ghetto_cowboy Member

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    <--wife here, he went to work and I ordered a brand new cutting strip, well damn why didn't I think to just turn it over lol. Btw, how does it come out and how do you install a new one?
     
  9. gvgraphics

    gvgraphics Very Active Member

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    they are held in by an adhesive. Pull the old one out and stick the new right in. Just make sure there is no residue or crap on the machine when you put the new one in. I clean mine with alcohol be for installing the new one.
     

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