How do you make score lines deeper or more visible on the explore

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How do you make score lines deeper or more visible on the explore

Postby grumpygus » Sun Aug 02, 2015 12:14 pm

Hi,
So when cutting and scoring with the explore in design space, the score lines are almost invisible (they are invisible on patterned paper)

[b]Is there a way to make the scoring tool score the lines deeper so they can be seen ?
Thanks in advance for your help

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Re: How do you make score lines deeper or more visible on the explore

Postby MsWipz » Sun Aug 02, 2015 12:40 pm

grumpygus wrote:Hi,
So when cutting and scoring with the explore in design space, the score lines are almost invisible (they are invisible on patterned paper)

[b]Is there a way to make the scoring tool score the lines deeper so they can be seen ?
Thanks in advance for your help


Have you tried pressing the go button again for a second round? maybe a couple of extra goes will get it deep enough? I do that when cutting thicker materials.. instead of unloading the mat just press go again.

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Re: How do you make score lines deeper or more visible on the explore

Postby grumpygus » Mon Aug 03, 2015 11:44 am

I will try that. Otherwise it seems I will just have to rescore with scoring board. Such a pain as I will probably have a 100 of them to make for the grandkids classes when they go back to school

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Re: How do you make score lines deeper or more visible on the explore

Postby MsWipz » Mon Aug 03, 2015 11:54 am

grumpygus wrote:I will try that. Otherwise it seems I will just have to rescore with scoring board. Such a pain as I will probably have a 100 of them to make for the grandkids classes when they go back to school



I hear you..I have a huge project on the go too .. luckily it's a flexible deadline haha let me know if that works for you.. although I have to be honest, if you have that many of them to do.... a scoring board would probably be a lot quicker.. since hitting go again will do the entire cut and score all over again


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