Scan N Cut Saturday – Making a Shrink Plastic Calculator

When cutting shrink plastic with the Brother Scan N Cut it can be a challenge to know how big to cut the piece to make it the right size when it shrinks. Here is a quick hack on how to create a shrink plastic calculator.


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7 thoughts on “Scan N Cut Saturday – Making a Shrink Plastic Calculator

  1. Very clever idea John, sometimes the simple things are the ones that are the best.
    Thank you so much for this tutorial, stay safe and have a wonderful Sunday.

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  2. My grandaughter only asked me last night if my SnC would cut shrink plastic but i didmt know. So you can add psychic to your cv lol.
    John, what blade and cutting pressure would you use?
    Also, i had no idea you could change the mat grid spacing. So 2 lots of unfo in one tutorial. Many many thanks.

    Lin Willcocks

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