|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.
Authorized Users and Trainers
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