Check out the video below to see the awesomeness!
Just so we’re clear with what we’re working with, here’s the product label:
My caliper measures the material at 1.3mm in thickness.
Here are some photos of the finished products. I didn’t file or sand the edges, beyond rubbing my finger on them to get some paper dust off. It does shed a bit while cutting.
In my testing, I used the fabric, regular, and deep cut blades all three cut the matboard fine. Of my three blade holders, the fabric blade extends the most, so I just went with that one. The white backing paper on the matboard tears easily, so be patient when removing it from your cutting mat.
Blade Tension: 5
Number of Passes: 4
Starting Depth: 10
Ending Depth: 180
Cutting Speed: 15
Up Speed: 40
Plunge Speed: 10
Lift Speed: 20
Click here for the SVG file used in this test, which was exported from C3 and contains the above cut settings.
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