Print Then Cut Updates // Cricut Design Space Tutorial

Print Then Cut Updates // Cricut Design Space Tutorial

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Cricut Design Space is a popular software tool used by crafters and DIY enthusiasts to create personalized designs and projects. One of its most popular features is Print Then Cut, which allows users to print their designs on a regular printer and then cut them with their Cricut machine.

Recently, Cricut released some exciting updates to the Print Then Cut feature in Design Space. Here are some of the changes you can expect:

     1. The size! The old print then cut size was 6.75 x 9.25 inches. You can not print then cut up to 10.64 x 15.43 inches.

     2. The registration marks are now only in the corners instead of all the way around. This saves on a lot of ink.

     3. Improved Calibration Process: One of the biggest pain points for Print Then Cut users was the calibration process. It could be time-consuming and frustrating to get the machine to align properly with the printed design. The new update includes an improved calibration process that is faster and more accurate.

     4. Additional Bleed Options: Bleed is the area around your design that gets cut off. The new Print Then Cut update includes additional bleed options, which means you can customize the amount of bleed around your design to ensure that it is cut exactly as you intended.

     5. Enhanced Cut Preview: The cut preview feature has been enhanced to provide a more accurate representation of what your design will look like once it has been cut. This helps you make any necessary adjustments before sending your project to the machine.

     6. Print Then Cut on Colored Materials: Previously, Print Then Cut was only available on white materials. With the new update, you can now use the feature on colored materials, which expands the possibilities for your projects.

     7. Improved Image Quality: The new Print Then Cut update includes improvements to image quality, making your designs look sharper and more vibrant. 



These updates make the Print Then Cut feature in Cricut Design Space even more versatile and user-friendly. Whether you're a seasoned crafter or just starting out, these enhancements are sure to make your DIY projects even more fun and creative.


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