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01 April 2013 - 11:41 AMYou need to send the file to your printer first. Be sure to print the registration marks. Then load the printed paper into your silhouette and it will cut on the lines. I wrote a little tutorial for how to do this.
Print and Cut Digital Elements with the Silhouette
If you're printing a studio file that you got from the silhouette store, you won't need to do the trace part, but the printing is the same.
Thank you so much. I think I can follow this! I will try later and see what happens.
Are ther any more tutorials for Silhouette Cutting Files?
24 January 2013 - 06:46 PMI have the Silhouette Cameo (just bigger than the portrait) and I've been able to print and cut png files from the collections without any trouble. It is fabulous for creating hybrid cards and layouts with digital supplies. I use the registration marks when I print and do the trace for the cutting. Everything I've tried has turned out perfectly.
If you get it, I'll write a little tutorial for how to use SG supplies with it, okay? />
I have been looking at some of my many SG files and I am wondering if I could use some such as JRA_SSPaper_Edgers_NaturesBounty to make decorative cut-out edgers on cards?
24 January 2013 - 05:25 PMI'm curious about Aggie's comment. Do these machines require any physical input from the user? I got the impression it was kind of like a printer, just insert the paper and let it go. (Obviously, you have to use the software, etc.) With my joints, I'd love to have things cut without physically having to do much.
Thank you so much for all the replies. I think I will go ahead with my purchase and will welcome any and all tutorials!