Keep up the Good Work MrSwitch it's appreciated by the Vast majority on HUKD.
Back down to £5.92 :D oh the joys
There are variations in the quality of different inks. I don't know about these, but to spout off otherwise in general is wrong. If you've had to do any amount of writing, you'll appreciate that the ink and the quality of the delivery device do affect your writing. Whether it is worth a premium over others is up to the individual to decide.
That's all folks (lol)
20/05/2021 at 09:00Expires on 20/05/2021 at 09:00Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
Used a Monster Pixmax but we still have it in case we do any wholesale orders. It is this and its a REALLY nice bit of kit: I think its about a meter long in terms of cut width whereas the Cricut is limited to 30cm wide or deep if you get a wider cutting mat. Depends on what you're printing as to whether its worthwhile. General vinyl stuff on clothing is a pretty saturated market unless you have original designs or ideas. Most run of the mill bits can be bought on Amazon/Etsy/Ebay and they must make like £1 profit on each item so unless you're running off hundreds there is no money in it. Definitely prefer the Cricut though because it suits needs for smaller single order designs.
What did you use as a larger format cutter? Is there a worthwhile market for products? Does your wife’s biz have a website? You can send that info by PM if it infringes advertising rules on HUKD. Genuinely interested as I need to develop sidelines having had a business obliterated by Breakshytt and another crippled by the Borisvirus
I never knew about that. If that had happened I certainly wouldn't have made the purchase so i'm glad!
I believe it just got it working with other die cutter software rather than it being locked to cricut own stuff, in case it was pulled - as well as additional bits. Can't say I remember much else!
They did try that but very quickly back tracked when the Cricut community complained. There are no limits to how much you can do now, and no monthly fee is needed if you don’t use the images in Design Space.
Definitely, it's like smiggle items! I can't believe I have spent hundreds there... there is a limit one can say NO to a child. And now pop fidget! Apart from 3 kids out of 23 every child has it for a stress relief! What 8-9 year child would need stress relief :/ . Unfortunately we lost the definition of sad, upset, angry or frustration and they are replaced by stress or depression, which supposed to be used for a serious matters! Hot from me for the price!
You're right. If I cut in half regular ones to make two sets, one of them won't have this remarkable Helix signature. And that is the point of having colour pencils.
Its practical however how many parents just has to follow because one for any reason decided to spoil the kids! I have 9 years old but I can't remember how many times I have bought the useless expensive stuff just because I don't want my child to feel left out?
Perfect size for my 4 year old, saves her poking her eye out with the back of it.
Good spot! Tho you can still usually get them in bulk quite cheap, even at the bigger size I think!
Lidl ones are Ø11mm x L280mm. Yours Ø7mm x 100mm much smaller
You can get packs of 50 online for under £5. Just recently got a deal for 100 less than £2.20. Gold is out of stock but if you want silver here is a link for 50 for £3. 50 Glitter Hot Glue Sticks, SMALUCK® 7mm x 100mm Mini Hot Melt Glue Gun Sticks for 20W Hot Melt Glue Gun, Silver https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08RJ5JYJF/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_MFH16CNYWDVZMBC4PJDK?psc=1 This is
Glitters nice but it takes ages for it to all clear out of the gluegun….
Totally agree with you. Being powered by 4 x AA batteries, it won’t have much oomph or staying power. At 8+ a child should be responsible enough to use an electric sewing machine, Aldi sometimes does one for £29.99 or This deal.
It's not a lot of money but would be better put towards a real machine...