What are CutFiles?
Cut Files are vector-based drawings that are used to give cutting direction to the digital plotters/cutters, laser, routing, embroidery machines, etc.
You need these files if you sell vinyl wraps for a variety of devices. They are available in the following formats: Ai (Illustrator), CDR, EPS, DXF, PLT, and SVG.
How accurate these CutFiles are?
We try our best to make perfect vinyl-ready vector skin templates with the best quality and high precision. We run multiple tests and check on the original devices as well but due to diverse types of media and cutters, there might be very minute differences. You can also see Skin Applied Photos in the description for each product. So we recommend you test them once before selling them to your clients. In case there is a need for minor adjustments, we can do it at no extra cost. So we recommend you test them once before selling them to your clients.
Which format(s) do you provide for CutFiles? Will it work for my cutter?
We provide globally used vector file formats like Ai (Illustrator), CDR (CorelDRAW), EPS, DXF, PLT, and SVG file formats which are supported by almost all the cutting machine software. In case you need any other file format, kindly contact us. Our templates are compatible with Cricut and Cameo 3 cutters as well.
Looking for a model which is not listed, can you help?
Yes, we definitely make CutFiles on demand as per the demand and availability of that device in our region. You can also ship us your product and get a custom exclusive/non-exclusive template done.
Are there any precautions/suggestions for using the CutFiles?
You are an expert on your work and these Cut Files are very easy to use. But we would want to mention a few points, for startups, like;Use standard cutter/plotter from reputed companies like Graphtec, Rolland, Silhouette Cameo 3, etc. for accuracy in cutting. Most of our clients use them.Use only superior quality vinyl like 3M, Oracal because very thin or more sticky media is difficult to apply accurately on the device due to small shapes.Take extra care while placing/moving CutFile over the design or while making a print file, because sometimes it gets squeezed/resized without noticing, and in such cases, your skin will not fit onto the device.