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Craft vinyl is a flexible and versatile craft material that you can use to make a huge variety of craft projects, including decorated mugs, tumblers, stickers, and decals. While you can cut vinyl by hand, cutting craft vinyl with a Cricut machine allows you to make precise cuts and intricate design .


You can apply adhesive vinyl to many different surfaces. It works best on smooth, non-porous surfaces like glass, plastic, glazed ceramic, and even painted walls.

Materials Needed Adhesive vinyl. You can purchase vinyl by the sheet or by the roll.

A cutting mat

I like either the blue LightGrip mat or a green StandardGrip mat for cutting vinyl.

Weeding tool

Use this hand tool to remove the unwanted pieces of vinyl from the cut design. You can use a hook-shaped tool or a needle-shaped tool.

Transfer tape

The transfer tape will help you remove the vinyl design from its paper backing, and apply it to the surface of your project. For most types of vinyl, choose regular strength clear transfer tape. For glitter vinyl, choose strong grip transfer tape.


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step 1

choose a design

the design has ben chosen Make sure your project surface is clean dry. Carefully place the Transfer Tape with vinyl images onto your surface as you would like them to appear.

Now burnish Transfer Tape onto the surface, starting in the center and moving out toward the edges. Use a craft stick or Cricut Scraper.

Peel the Transfer Tape away from the vinyl at a 45-degree angle. If the vinyl sticks to the Transfer Tape, simply burnish the vinyl onto the surface again. Then continue to peel the Transfer Tape away from the vinyl. open cricut program in the pc and open it

New project

Downlode Cricut app

upload the photo and upload image

select complex to choose the cuttings space and continue

select manual the and upload choose cuttings selection and select the object and add to the canvas used the tool part to adjust the size and flip

choose the size to phone case size using the mat board and stick on the material on the mat
and but it on the machine

ad USB and chose the material and the arrow to add the mat on the printer

and loading the result add the plastic and remove the outer material final result

laser cutting

Laser cutting is a technology that uses a laser to vaporize materials, resulting in a cut edge. While typically used for industrial manufacturing


it is now used by schools, small businesses, architecture, and hobbyists. Laser cutting works by directing the output of a high-power laser most commonly through optics. The laser optics and CNC (computer numerical control) are used to direct the material or the laser beam generated. A commercial laser for cutting materials uses a motion control system to follow a CNC or G-code of the pattern to be cut onto the material. The focused laser beam is directed at the material, which then either melts, burns, vaporizes away, or is blown away by a jet of gas, leaving an edge with a high-quality surface finish.

safety measures


the first test is this But the speed was low and the power is low and it has burning 40 speed 60 power a deferent speed and power
and these is the fitting test that can be test batter

first we design

for the parametric design using two component of the shape the rectangles is for the joints

and if change the rectangle diminution all of the same component will be adjusted automatically

first draw hexagon

and rectangle of the component and subtract using the boolean different tool from the modify tap

it from the hexagon added the stars and caraculs and add the joint
save it in STL

add it RDwork apps choose the multi to multilabel the object chose the number of the column and row choosing the speeds and power Download it to the laser cuttings

select the file

after finishing the fixing there is some part is missing the squared one and cuttings it again the final resule

to design file downlead the file

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Last update: May 22, 2022