This week, instead of the usual step-by-step or project tutorial I thought that I would take a moment to talk about some myths that I seem to see crop up time and time again and help prevent this unhelpful information from circulating.
There are five that I tend to see appear the most so I focused on those for this week’s video however if you have any that you would like investigated for next time, please feel to leave your thoughts in the comments section.
Now, rather than waffle on – as I am going to do that in the video – I shall very quickly list what I cover in the video and then leave you to sup your brew and watch me rant a bit.
The five myths that I chose for this video are:
- Ambient lighting affecting scanning results. (Relevant to CM and DX/SDX Models)
- Calibration/Recalibration is a panacea, a solution for all issues. (Relevant to CM and DX/SDX Models)
- The scanning lever changes blade depth. (Relevant to DX/SDX Models only)
- You can cut any material up to the maximum thickness that the machine will take. (Relevant to CM and DX/SDX Models)
- Using tape to hold stuff down. (Relevant to CM and DX/SDX Models)
Right, all that’s left is to press that play button … enjoy!
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