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Looking for Roland 60deg carbide blade for SP-540v

Discussion in 'Roland' started by caracal_77, Jun 28, 2009.

  1. caracal_77

    caracal_77 New Member

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    Any idea where I can buy one in the UK? I'm working (well, trying to cut... :banghead:) Phototex (fabric paper) and heard I should be using 60deg carbide blade.
    Any help much appreciated.
     
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  2. Hale

    Hale New Member

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    Try Ebay

    I cut a bunch of SoJar, which is a thin film for heat transfer that they sell here in the USA. I use the 60 degree cutters on my SC-545 and they work much better than the 45s. I was able to buy them from a guy on Ebay, they were Carbide and I have been fairly pleased, as the guy sells them in bunches of ten, but you can select what mixture of angles you want. I think his web site is seikitech.com. Hope that helps.

    Hale
    Hogwild Imprints, Inc.
    Get Crazy... Go HOGWILD
     
  3. Pacific Coast Sign

    Pacific Coast Sign Active Member

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    Any Roland Dealer will carry the 60 degree blade(s) you need when cutting thick material. Check with who you purchased your printer from
     
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