I want mine to:
- Cut paint masks for spraying giant scale fiberglass parts
- Cut long curved pieces of covering for complicated wing a fuselage schemes (thinks I would NEVER contemplate doing by hand).
- Cut my own scale lettering and graphics in vinyl.
- Cut vinyl for foamy schemes.
Accuracy over a distance about the length of a 35% fuse (7') is important to me. The ability to do fine detail such as very small lettering is important. I know from experience that the ability to adjust the cut pressure (very little pressure is required) is important for doing covering material.
Speed is something I dont care about at all. I can wait, im not making lots of parts, this is not for a business.
I read some negative comments about the the cheap USCutter machines ability to do long runs accurately. Have you tried to make anything particularly long with yours?