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Vinyl feeding crooked
Posted by: aggiecaitlin (12.39.179.---)
Date: August 21, 2007 02:22PM

I have been doing vinyl for about 3 years, not professionally, but small jobs from my home. I have noticed on my new rolls of vinyl it will be going all good, then keep getting more and more out of alignment. I cant see any reason its going through crooked, once about 5 feet is off the roll it works fine. Is there some trick to this? My machine is the roller type

Re: Vinyl feeding crooked
Posted by: aggiecaitlin (12.39.179.---)
Date: August 22, 2007 09:23AM

Ok, nevermind. I talked to tech support and they helped me resolve the issue

Re: Vinyl feeding crooked
Posted by: waipahe (
Date: October 19, 2007 10:57PM

Will you tell the forum what helped you? It could help other people that might run across the same problem later. I know maybe you didn't get an answer as soon as you would have like or maybe not at all. But might be nice to help those that run across the same prob in the future. Thanks, Curt

Re: Vinyl feeding crooked
Posted by: njelsmom (
Date: October 20, 2007 11:26PM

Yes, please share.

What brand/style machine do you use? And what type of vinyl do you use?

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