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Roland CX-24 Cutting "Funny"
Posted by: spinner (---.eosinc.com)
Date: March 15, 2007 05:11PM

I have had this Roland cx-24 for about 4 years and just recently (the 3 or 4 times I've used it) it started not finishing the cuts which makes weeding impossible. I also noticed that the right angles of letters are not very square and actually looked rounded. I ran the test which is a square inside of a circle and it is the same. It seems that the x axis doesn't stop moving before the y axis starts and vice versa. I've tried new cutters, changing the "smooth" setting from on to off and back again, Powering it of and back on, using a different power source. I don't know what else to try. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Brad

Re: Roland CX-24 Cutting "Funny"
Posted by: spinner (---.eosinc.com)
Date: March 21, 2007 02:53PM

I figured it out. The offset was set to zero. The blades I just received read "offset = .22". so I set offset to .25". This was better, but I found that with the offset set to .5" that it works the best... at least with these blades.



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