Can anyone tell me what settings to use when cutting cardstock.

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Here is a helpful post from the past:L Somewhat Comprehensive Testing of Settings for Cutting Paper and Cardstock



Also might be worth getting in the habit of testing new materials, it’s the best way to be sure.

Check out #6 for a simple test:


I always use the thin cardboard settings. Make sure your card stock is secured.

I take a glue stick and wipe the back of the card stock and attach the card stock to 1/8 mdf.

MAKE SURE YOUR CARD STOCK lays completely flat. You do not want air pockets.

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