Siser Easyweed HTV Engrave Settings


#21

It seems like this is a great candidate for a hybrid approach: laser away the weeding on the fine text but then just kisscut the larger text.

This would save a ton of time, weeding the large letters would just take a few moments.


#22

I would love to see a picture of the outcome! Did you engrave the material, or just do a kiss cut and manually weed it?


#23

I would say the laser and and vinyl cutter are about equivalent for most designs. The laser has the edge with detailed pieces that can not be weeded by hand. I would probably just use the vinyl cutter for simple designs, as it is a bit faster to get setup.


#24

I completely agree @evansd2. I intended this to be a test of the engrave to see if it was possible, so I did the entire design. In practice the best (or fastest) approach would have been the hybrid, engrave the small text, and manual weed the larger text. However, because I was just setting the laser and walking away, it was nice it was 100% ready to go when I came back. It’s nice to have the flexibility.


#25

Hmm, I never did intricate vinyl because of weeding him. Something new to try! I prefer sticker vinyl so need to find laser safe. I dont fo alot of shirts. I never got the hang of the ironing part


#26

We engraved, kiss cut and cut. Doing larger work today.


#27

Looks Amazing!


#28

That’s what I did on my LaserFlex test.


#29

Wow, I didn’t know easyweed htv could be used in the laser - that’s amazing, and great results. Off to go read through some materials sheets.


#30

Probably too late, but Siser specifically says it can be used on a laser, so no sheet-reading required. :slight_smile:


#31

not too late, that’s amazing, I can’t really get my mind around the no-weeding possibilities… (can you tell I am easily amazed)