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Need Help Plotting handwriting text

Discussion in 'Newbie Forum' started by Janussie, Oct 22, 2018.

  1. Janussie

    Janussie New Member

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    Hello ! I use my plotter not so often.....only for plotting text on ceramic paper for fusing in a kiln.
    I did try to plot a handwriting text in little format, but I was not able to get it good from the underground...
    it did break.
    So...is there perhaps a tool or a good tip how to go on with this ??
    Sorry for my knowledge of the English language ....I do my atmost !
    greetings from Holland, Jan
    P.S. Perhaps there are here more Dutchman ???
     
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  2. unclebun

    unclebun Very Active Member

    I'm not sure I understand what you are saying the problem was, but it might be that you didn't weld the letters together in your software before you went to cut them from vinyl.
     
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  3. petepaz

    petepaz Major Contributor

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    i agree with uncle bun.
    maybe you can send a pic of what you are getting or that shows what the problem is?
     
  4. Janussie

    Janussie New Member

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    Hello ! Thank you for your response !
    I have to plot a text and this is not so big and handwriting (see picture). I ductape the ceramic paper on the vinyl and plot.
    The problem is........how get I this complete from the ceramic paper without damage ? Perhaps there is anybody who have a tip for me !!
    Jan (from Holland) Jelte gedeelte.jpg
     
  5. unclebun

    unclebun Very Active Member

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