Print & Cut

Print & Cut is a term that is used when you first make a print and then contour cut it with a cutting plotter.

Print & Cut is mostly used if the printer cannot print white. You use the white that is present in the transfer or printable HTV. To prevent white showing around the design, the print can be contour-cut by the plotter. Typical media that can be used with the Print & Cut process are:

Process with equipment capable to both Print and Cut within the same machine.
The difference with Print&Cut is that the media does not leave the printer and the same machine can also cut. The printer first prints then contour cuts. Where with Print&Cut you would need two devices. With Print + Cut there is no need to print the registration markers with Print&Cut you do.

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