VINYL CUTTING SERVICE
Bringing your designs to life!
Professional Vinyl Cutting is becoming a very popular for printing text, logos and graphics onto a very wide range of materials, surfaces and products.
📌 Maximum cutting area: 30.5cm x 3m (12 x 118 inches)
📌 Maximum cutting depth: 3mm
VINYL CUTTING ADVANTAGES
Heat transfer application
Precision and intricate cuts
Fast cutting time
Wide variety of vinyl can be cut
HOW IT WORKS
We've tried to make our process as easy as possible for you to design your project and for us to create it.
When we receive your quote request and artwork, we will get back to you with a quote; or we may need to request more information so we can work out a quote.
We'll check your artwork, request payment and confirm your order.
We'll prepare the vinyl and configure the cutter settings to produce your project. Once completed, we'll check the quality and apply (if required).
DISPATCH & DELIVERY
Your project will be quality checked and packed in suitable packaging ready for dispatch (or if local we can arrange an appointment for collection).
VINYL CUTTING EXAMPLES
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
What is a vinyl cutter?
A vinyl cutter is a computer-controlled cutting machine. Like a printer controls a nozzle, the computer controls the movement of a sharp blade over the surface of the material. This blade is used to cut out shapes and letters from sheets of thin self-adhesive plastic (vinyl).
The vinyl can then be stuck to a variety of surfaces depending on the adhesive and type of material.
What is self-adhesive vinyl?
Self-adhesive vinyl is very flexible with a pressure-sensitive adhesive on the back so it can be applied to most flat and curved surfaces and materials, including glass, acrylic, metal, wood and lots more. It can also be layered to create logos and graphics for signage, decals etc.
Self-adhesive vinyl is available in a huge range of colours, textures and finishes.
What is heat transfer vinyl?
Heat transfer vinyl (aka iron on or HTV) is specifically used on fabrics, such as t-shirts, hoodies, tote bags, cushion covers etc.
The vinyl is cut out and 'bonded' to the fabric using a heat source – in our case; we use a professional heat press.
What types of vinyl are available?
There is a huge variety of vinyl available for both self-adhesive and HTV vinyl.
With lot of colours, textures and finishes, including matt, gloss, glitter, fluorescent, chalkboard, holographic, pearlescent, glow in the dark and many more, we're pretty sure there's a vinyl available perfect for your application.