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Tips for Weeding Heat Transfer Materials

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Some designs are easier to weed than others, but with these tips you can save time even on difficult CAD-CUT designs.

Some designs are easier to weed than others, but with these tips you can save time even on difficult CAD-CUT designs.

If you are looking for ways to improve your production speed when working with CAD-CUT heat transfer materials, this video shows you how to save time while weeding. For those who don’t know what weeding is, it’s part of the CAD-CUT process where you remove the excess material after cutting your design. To speed up your weeding efforts, watch this:

2 comments to Tips for Weeding Heat Transfer Materials

  • John in Philly

    I will start using the boundary box tip on my next job.
    Another small thing, put the trash area near the hand that pulls the vinyl off the weeding tool.
    I seem to see the cut lines better if I have the light coming from in front of me, instead of behind me.
    When I was weeding a job recently, I changed to weeding the letter cavities first starting from top to bottom, that way my weeding hand was not resting on as much sticky. (not sure if this one is always going to work)

    Thank you!

  • Ted

    Hi John,
    Thanks for reading and thanks for the additional tips on weeding. We really appreciate your feedback. Keep reading for more cutting tips in the future.

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