|Remember to always; clean up and return the equipment to a fully functional, safe state before you leave. This includes returning any safety mechanisms to fully working order.|
Like a miniature vinyl cutter, but for paper. Allows cutting of arbitrary shapes when used with special software on Craft Room laptop; otherwise, requires special cartridges with pre-loaded designs. Manual in craft room.
- Ownership: Unknown
- Location: Miscellaneous supply shelf, NW corner
- What it looks like:
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Put the rules that govern the use of this tool here.
- Who is allowed to use it?
- Is there any traning required before use?
Note, Nate B has a license for the old version of Sure Cuts-A-Lot that works on this machine, contact him directly if you'd like to use it.
Workflow for 3d models, mentions craft robo but should work for SCAL or MTC too: http://digitprop.com/2011/05/from-blender-to-pepakura-to-corel-draw-to-craftrobo/
Open-source cutter driver: http://sourceforge.net/projects/licut/
If/when it breaks, we'll need this info: http://everhack.blog.atxhackerspace.org/2012/02/08/cricut-repair-info/
ATX Hackerspace has a cricut and lots of info here: http://atxhackerspace.org/wiki/Cricut