[EMS Discuss] Inkscape and a Silhuette paper cutter
Mon Dec 17 16:12:52 PST 2012
It was at The Artists' Pallet, a new-ish store on... um... 17th? If you
start at ... Euphoria Chocolate off of Willamette and walk toward Safeway,
you'll pass by it. (Sorry, I seem to be horrifically landmark driven at
I bought a sticky mat guide that holds the paper in place in the Silhuette
cutter (~$16), which took care of a maintenance charge and reduced the
printing costs to the price of the paper (~ 50 cents per page).
They have a 12-inch wide cutter... at this point using theirs is my only
option. I'm hoping that this craft store lasts longer than craft stores
tend to nationally.
On Monday, December 17, 2012, Ben Hallert wrote:
> That' looks fantastic! How much did it cost to use and which store was
> it? Or was it a demo-run? I was thinking about picking up a Cricut a year
> or so ago but the hassle associated with getting around Provo's
> ill-mannered lockdown (specifically designed to prevent people from
> printing their own designs) turned me off to them. I don't know if I can
> rationalize the cost of a Silhouette, but I can imagine renting time on
> one... :)
> - Ben
> > wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> Thought people might like to see what can be done with Inkscape and a
>> Silhuette paper cutter (I used one at a Eugene craft store).
>> - John
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