Seriously - HOW do you get the paper OF! Broken all my nails trying to get it off…
And - I know I am going to read this as soon as send this - it keeps printing right in the middle of the material. I have reset the design etc. OK. Don’t answer - as me in a week if I have figured it out.
That’s kind of what we make our employees do - if it’s something they can LOOK up - they gotta do it.
If you buy a cake from the grocery it comes with that plastic cake server, but then every time you cut a straight line you get a nice straight piece of scrap that will be very sharp, and a lot faster to make more than to grow new fingernails.
Happens to me all too often. My three go-to’s got the removal:
Plastic razor blades - Relatively cheap, and can buy in bulk. Cons to this, when doing intricate designs with lots of tiny pieces such as words, the clean up can be a bother and the delicate pieces may sometimes break.
Duct tape/Gorilla tape - Doubles as both a great way to remove the paper, and also for other things such as wallets and prom dresses. Only con I’ve found with this route is the frustration of overlapping a piece and having it stick to itself.
The excess paper - I can’t remember off the top of my head, but another user suggested using the back side of a design (that isn’t being used) as a replacement to using duct tape. Doesn’t have as strong a grip, but again, with delicate engraves that might be a good thing. Plus, you have a new use for it other than throwing it straight into the trash.