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Setting Circles Ready to be print an cut of vinyl

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If you can make use of then help yourself.

Take to a sign company who can print this on sticky vinyl, then cut out to shape exactly. The magenta lines are the cutting guides which will be picked up by their machine so tell them to check it matches their setup, should be no more that £25-£30.

Once you have the circle it will be in three layers backing paper, vinyl and release paper.

Peel off the backing paper to reveal the sticky side of the vinyl.

Spray some water on the back of the vinyl and release paper and slide into place.

Squeegee out the water residue then spray the upper layer (release paper) let it soak through and then peel.

Pop any bubbles with a pin and squeeze out the air or water.

there you go setting circle strip

this can be scaled to fit any diameter



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Thank you! Just ordered my wixsey, and was scouring the web looking for these, you're a star!

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Here are some pics of me making my setting circles

On the solvent printer


On the vinyl plotter


Cut out with the removable central guides for alignment


Close up of the anticlockwise circle strip


Tada My dob with its circle in place




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