Somewhat Comprehensive Testing of Settings for Cutting Paper and Cardstock

No worse than “medium” or “thick” PG materials… :smiley:

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I’m happy that medium and thick don’t claim to be exact - because they know they’re not - something like Xlb paper makes it sounds like someone did some actual measuring :-/

Except, they provide “exact” settings.

I have tried so many different tests and by far your results are the best.! Thank you. That is so helpful to all of us here on GF.

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Thank you so much for creating this. Saved me a lot of brain cells. :rofl:

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Wow! This is incredible. I came here looking for settings to score my logo onto heavy card stock. I got so much more from this. Much appreciated!

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Welcome to the forum.

This is great!!

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Thanks so much! Here’s my first attempt on 110lb cardstock.

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That is clean. Is that cut or engraved?

Wow, that looks great!

THANK YOU!!! This is exactly what I was looking for. Made my night a whole lot easier!

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Thanks so much! Very helpful :grinning:

Hello…was wondering if anyone figured out how to prevent the burn flash when cutting paper? I am trying to cut 65lb card stock and getting the burn flash. I tried some of the setting above and still getting flash marks.

@Vicki… wow this come out really nice. I don’t see and burn/flash marks. What settings did you use? My card stock is 65lb.

@danielhertz. Did it cut all the way…or did you have to do another cut pass?

I found this to be beyond helpful!!! Thank you so much for posting. Greatly Appreciated.

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