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Topic: Best Digital Dye Cutting Machine Help  (Read 487 times)
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« on: April 14, 2013 08:48:43 PM »

Hello everyone, I'm new to the forum. Right now i'm in the process of researching the best digital dye cutter.

I know about the Cricut's and such, but I'm not interested in the cartridges and such, and limiting what I need to make.

What I'm looking for is a semi-affordable machine (I'm a college student), I can design all my own designs or import designs. I use adobe photoshop cs3 to make logos and such.

I'm wanting to use it for specifically vinyl decals, and then perhaps decals to make custom t-shirts.

I have looked into the Sillhoette Cameo for $300.00 and am interested in that, just want to see more feedback from everyone.

I just need advise in what would be the best machine what what I'm needing, and what everyone has opinions on.

Thank You!

(I have attached a few images of what I use the vinyl for with the reliefs and such. The mason jars are glass etched, and the vinyl makes the best outcome)
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