I can't remember when Andy added the overcut option in MTC. I am
pretty sure it is in the cutter plugin as an option. Pretty sure
the Cricut supported that, but I don't have the plugin install
right now or the right version of MTC set up, on a thumb drive
Overcut makes the cutter go past the place it started the cut, so
that a shape is completely cut.
On 1/5/2021 8:17 PM, Julie Flanagan
The image on
the screen tells you the data that is buffering to the cutter.
The blade moves as that data is processed. I am no techie on
this, but it seems like it is not significant that what you
see on the screen if different from what you see the cutter
doing. But, you should not have to use a knife to complete
cuts. Maybe some of our techie members can chime in on this.
I'm hoping I can explain what I need help with...
I'm using MTC 4.1.0 cutting with a Cricut Expression. When I
select cut, I can see on my computer screen that the image is
cutting, but when I look at the Cricut, the blade isn't in sync
with what I'm seeing on my computer screen. I have to use an
exacto knife to complete the cuts.
Has this happened to anyone? Any help would be appreciated!