How to Remove the Strokes from your Printed Designs Within the VinylCut 5 Software

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How to go about when working on different designs from which you would like your final printed version not to include the strokes?

When it comes to the method of achieving this it might seem complicated at first, but we will guide you through the process.

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Alright, guys, In today's video, we're gonna be looking at how to print and cut your designs in vinyl cut without a stroke. But before that, let's have a quick intro first. So today's video can be found on We make short and easy to watch problem solving videos and we also have the updates. Otherwise, we're back to the programme here. Now what we're gonna be covering today. Like I mentioned the intro how to cut a shape without it having a stroke around the outside, you might be getting this problem. There's a few ways we can go about fixing it. And, uh, yeah, so we're gonna be looking at that. In some cases, you might want to keep your stroke, but it's also nice to know how to go about to not have a stroke. Now we have these two samples here and on the first one, you can see it looks like it has no stroke, and the second one clearly has a stroke. But now, if we had to click on this first one, we will notice under our full and stroke panel here on the right, in there and then, uh so I try to load. We'll see here under we've got our full. We've got stroke this moment. Stroke is a colour, and it has a colour. So we actually have a stroke over here. It's just the same colour as our design. So that is one thing to note to keep in mind, which can be handy. Now, what I'm gonna do is click on the second one here, and then I'm gonna zoom here to the right. And then what we can do is we get to our stroke colour. Click that and we select none. Then you will see it removes our stroke or our, um, outside stroke of the actual design. So that's one we can do about it. You can also select this and try to bring a transparency down. But whether it will be, uh, transparent when it comes to actual printing, I'm not 100% sure. So I would rather just set that to none. Now, something to keep in mind. You sure? We also want to make sure under your actual style panel, we set the cut line over there. So under the cut line, you can see, we've got a few different options. We've got draw, print, plus cut, cut, only print plus cut print only. I mean, cut only print only. And then, um, colour the alignment. But most importantly, make sure you set this to cut. Because if I go here to draw, you will notice that actually brings my stroke back. So now if I go to our full end stroke, we will see our current stroke is back again, obviously, depending on the colour. But we have a gear, so make sure you go to your style as well. So it, um And you said this to cut, But keep in mind where it gets tricky. If I said this to cut, you will see my stroke is still there. So if I go to Penn and stroke, um, no filling stroke, we still have a bent colour. So you wanna make sure you set this to none and make sure that under our actual style, it is also set to cut. Then we will have a shape here without an actual stroke. And, uh, when it printed, it should not be adding a nice little outline. So just a quick recap again so you might have a stroke. It's just set to the same colour. So then you wanna set that to none or go slightly skinnier, depending on your stroke. If this had to be a large stroke, then you will see a big difference. Like over here. If I said this now to none, you can see quite a difference in the design. Now the other side is Make sure you, uh if you've set it to none, also, that your outline type is set to cut and not to drop, but yeah, otherwise, that is it on printing without an actual, um, stroke, it can be handy. And you might need it for many, um, different design purposes. Yeah, otherwise, in the meanwhile, if we had to, it may go to the actual chrome, which I did not have prepared. If we go to You guys will notice we've got a variety of different Softwares we do cover, and you can also isolate your search on the top or right. If you do not however, find the training videos you're looking for, just simply go. Yeah, request the training video. Fill in them in form. And then we'll do our best to try and make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.

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