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INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing this machine. Before using this machine or attempting any maintenance, carefully read the “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS” on this page, and then study this safety manual for the correct operation of the various functions. In addition, after you have finished reading this safety manual, store it where it can quickly be accessed for future reference. Failure to follow these instructions may result in an increased risk of personal injury or damage to proper
Important Safety Instructions The following precautions should be observed for safe use of the machine. Power Supply and AC Adapter WARNING Place the AC adapter and power cord in a safe location, where they will not be stepped on, while they are being both used and stored. Do not perform any of the following actions that may damage the AC adapter or power cord. Otherwise, a fire, electric shock or damage to the machine may result: Damaging, modifying, forcefully bending, exposing to heat, p
CAUTION Do not place objects around the power cord or block access to the power cord. Otherwise, the power cord cannot be unplugged in an emergency. IMPORTANT Take precautions when sharing the electrical outlet with other device. Avoid using the same electrical outlet used by chargers for portable phones or high-voltage devices such as copiers. Otherwise, interference or machine malfunctions may occur. Turn off the machine before unplugging the AC adapter. Unplugging the power cord while the
For Safe Operation WARNING If the machine malfunctions or is dropped or damaged or if water or a foreign object enters it, immediately unplug the AC adapter from the machine and electrical outlet, and then contact the retailer who sold you this machine or the nearest authorized service center. Continuing to use the machine in this condition may result in a fire or electric shock. If a power outage occurs or thunder is heard while the machine is being used, disconnect the power cord plug
Do not fold or stretch the mat with extreme force. If the mat is damaged, it may no longer be possible to cut, draw or scan. Do not use a damaged mat. Make sure that the edges of the mat do not become dirty. Otherwise, the mat type cannot be detected, which will interfere with the proper operation of the machine. If the edges become dirty, wipe them with a dry cloth. Use a mat designed specifically for this machine. In addition, do not use hard materials, such as metal sheets, which are in
Precautions for Scanning After using the machine to scan an original, check that the scan data meets the requirements for precision and quality. Since some parts of the scan data may be missing or deficient, observe the following precautions. ● Depending on the condition of the original, cracks, skewing, smearing or loss may occur, and some or all of the scan data may be missing. Make sure that there are not wrinkles or folds in the original. In addition, correctly attach the original to the
CONTENTS Recalling............................................................... 41 INTRODUCTION .......................................... 1 DRAWING FUNCTIONS .............................43 IMPORTANT NOTICE ................................... 1 Drawing ................................................................ 43 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ......... 1 Cutting Around Drawings..................................... 44 Symbols Used in This Document........................... 1 Important S
FEATURES Patterns (“Pattern” mode) Scanning (“Scan” mode) Select a pattern and edit it to create your own design. Scan an illustration, photo or your own drawing to By simply loading craft paper or fabric, you can create personalized cut designs. The design can then quickly create precision paper and fabric cutouts. be cut out or saved as data. The variety of built-in patterns can easily be edited to The many editing functions allow you to easily create designs. process the scanned design. T
Chapter 1 GETTING STARTED PARTS AND FUNCTIONS Unit Descriptions - Front Unit Descriptions - Rear 1 a c c b a d c d b e e a Operation Panel Allows you to control the unit and specify settings with a USB Port the LCD panel and operating buttons. The angle of the Allows a USB flash drive to be connected for saving operation panel can be adjusted to one of three levels. and recalling data. For details, see “Adjusting the Angle of the Operation b Slot Panel” on page 10. Allows a mat to be fed b
FIRST STEPS The following procedures describe basic operations, from preparing the material to performing trial cutting. To store away the operation panel, first raise it until it Removing the Transport Packing is vertical, and then it can be lowered and stored away. If you wish to decrease the angle of the Materials operation panel, raise it until it is vertical, and then adjust the angle again. Before turning on the machine, remove the shipping tape and the cardboard shock-absorbing mater
c Press in the operation panel. Operation of LCD Panel When the opening screen appears, touch anywhere on the display. After the machine is turned on, the operation screens appear in the touch panel. To perform operations in the screens, use the included touch pen. 1 When the following message appears, touch the “OK” key. Note • Never use a hard or pointed object, such as a mechanical pencil or screwdriver, to make a selection in the screens. Otherwise, damage to the machine may result.
Mat and Cutting Blade Combinations Use the following chart to select the correct combination of accessories for the material to be cut or drawn on. Depending on the machine model, some accessories listed in the chart may not be included. In that case, they must be purchased separately. Recommended Cutting blade Mat Sheet Combination Lightweight paper Low tack adhesive – a (page 12) (vellum) mat (turquoise) Medium weight paper – b (page 13) (scrapbook paper) Standard cut blade High tack adh
■2 Medium Weight Paper Note a • Place the material within the attaching area (grid area) on the adhesive side. If the material extends from the attaching area, it may be d damaged by the feed rollers when the mat is fed. 1 b Memo • The mat does not have a top and bottom. It can be inserted into the feed slot from either end. c d Firmly attach all of the material to the mat so that there are no wrinkles and no part can curl a Standard cut blade off. b Standard cut blade holder (turquoise)
a Peel off the protective sheet from the adhesive e From its edges, attach the material to the side of the standard mat. adhesive side of the mat so that there are no wrinkles in the material. Be sure to first iron the fabric to remove any wrinkles. Note • Do not discard the protective sheet peeled off the mat; save it for later use. b With the glossy side of the support sheet facing down, attach it to the mat’s adhesive side. Note Slowly attach the support sheet from its edges so that no a
Peeling Off the Material (Lightweight Fabric for • If a mat with a support sheet attached is not to be used for a certain length of time, peel the Quilt Piecing) support sheet off the mat and affix the Follow the steps in adjusting the blade extension protective sheet on the adhesive side of the mat (page 18), installing the blade holder (page 19) before storing it. and trial cutting (page 19) to set up your machine. • Do not reuse a support sheet that has been attached to the mat. After
a Peel off the protective sheet from the adhesive d Evenly iron the entire contact sheet to affix it to side of the standard mat. the wrong side of the fabric. With the iron on a medium temperature setting (140 to 160 °C (284 °F to 320 °F)), press each part of the sheet for about 20 seconds (the length of time differs depending on the material). Be sure to apply pressure on the top of the backing and push out any air between the sheet and fabric. Note a • Do not discard the protective sheet
Attaching Fabrics With the Double-Sided Note Adhesive Place a cutout on a base fabric and apply pressure • Place the material within the attaching area on the top of the cutout using an iron. (The (grid area) on the adhesive side. If the material contact sheet may not adhere well to some extends from the attaching area, it may be fabrics.) Hand or machine stitch to ensure that the damaged by the feed rollers when the mat is fed. cutout stays in place. 1 Memo • The mat does not have a to
Attaching the Material (Medium Weight Fabric Cutting Settings for Any Use Other Than Quilt Piecing) Use the following table to select the appropriate Follow the steps in “Attaching the Material settings according to the material that will be cut. (Lightweight Fabric for Any Use Other Than Quilt Piecing)” on page 15. Scale Pressure Material Type Blade Setting Setting Peeling Off the Material (Medium Weight Fabric Lightweight paper Standard 3 0 (vellum) for Any Use Other Than Quilt Piecing) F
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