27 Cut Draw and More Slimline Monogram Set

Cut Draw and More Slimline Monogram Set

Cut Draw and More Slimline Monogram Set

About Cut Draw and More Slimline Monogram Set Graphic
Personal your slimline cards in style with this set of Cut, Draw & More slimline monograms.
Cut, Draw & More designs contain both a closed cutting outline and single path detail in a single file, meaning you don’t have to load and align multiple files in order to complete the design. This unique file style also means that you can assign different operations to different parts of the same design – for instance, foiling with the Foil Quill, drawing with a pen and pen holder or embossing using an embossing tool and of course, cutting for the outline. The choice is yours! Pleas note however that all operations/functions are subject to these features being available with your machine/software and having the necessary hardware.

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What’s Included?
This file set includes the following:
– Total of 27 single-file ‘cut, draw and more’ designs. A – Z plus a version with no letter in the middle so you can add your own. The design across each character is the same. Each design is included in SVG, DXF and EPS formats.
– PDF documentation.
– Overview Video on how to assign different actions to different parts of the design in Brother Canvas Workspace, Silhouette Studio and Cricut Design Space.

About SVG, DXF and EPS Files
The SVG, DXF and EPS file formats are universally compatible vector image formats that can be applied to many creative practices.

SVG and DXF file formats can be used in most home hobby cutting systems such as the Silhouette, Cricut, Brother Scan N Cut & many, many more.
EPS file formats can be used in a vast array of graphics editing software, including Adobe Illustrator & Affinity Designer

The files can also be used in the following third party controller software:
For Vector Graphics – Adobe Illustrator, Affinity Designer and Inkscape.
For Home Hobby Cutting Machines- Sure Cuts A Lot & Make The Cut.
For CNC Milling & Laser Cutting/Engraving – DraftSight, Lightburn and LaserWeb.
For 3D Printing – You can even extrude a 2D SVG into a 3D object using software such as Microsoft 3D Builder or Blender.

So, no matter what you enjoy creating today, these file formats can be applied to many new design areas in the future as you grow and expand your portfolio of projects and skills.

Quality Cuts As Standard
My cut files are designed with cutting machines in mind. Here are just some of the steps that I take to ensure quality in every design.

– All designs are created from scratch using professional grade vector graphics software. Auto-tracing of existing raster images is not used as this results in low quality outlines.
– Overall node count is carefully reviewed and reduced to ensure clean paths and low file sizes.- Each design is carefully checked for unused symbols, unused swatches, unused graphic styles, appropriate alix alignments, inconsistent point types and unnecessary handles.
– SVG designs are exported in the SVG 1.1 format to ensure universal compatibility.
– Where possible, corners are rounded to reduce wear on your blades and snagging of card stock during cutting.

Cricut Users, Please Note!
Cricut Design Space software has known issues that may, on very rare occasions, distort or add extraneous parts to SVG files after upload and import into your project or cause slow processing if using the “attach” option. If this is happening to you, this is not an issue with the file supplied but with the software that you are trying to use the file with. Please make sure that you are using the latest version of Cricut Design Space in order to ensure compatibility. If you are, and still experience an issue with the software, you should contact the Cricut support team for assistance.