Thursday, September 9, 2010

Calibrating Your Cricut Imagine Machine

See this quick and easy guide to calibrating your Cricut Imagine Machine below! It is an absolute NECESSITY that you do this before cutting or your cuts will be off!



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30 comments:

  1. This answered so many of my questions. Thanks Joy and I will now adding the Imagine to my cricut brood.

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  2. Good to know :D. BTW your cat wasn't in the way, she was monitoring quality control lol.

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  3. I'm loving the Happy Hauntings cart. more & more. Didn't think I would use it that much, but now I'm not so sure.

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  4. Thanks for making this video! I know people on the MBs were complaining that the Pink Stamper's video showed cuts with white edges because it wasn't lined up and NOW I know why! I will definitely make sure I Calibrate!!!

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  5. Joy, you are always so helpful when it comes to the techical issues. We appreciate you and Melanie. thanks

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  6. much more to calibrating this than i thought, but easy enough. i wouldn't think you would need to calibrate every time you moved it. although if it's this heavy, i'd be finding a permanent spot for it.

    kat
    cen30611@centurytel.net

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  7. Thank you so much for the Calibrate video for the Imagine. I saw the Pink Stamper video with the cuts w/white edges too & I thought that was normal. Now I know to CALIBRATE the Imagine Machine. Thanks so much Joy, love your videos. Rita J.

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  8. Very useful information. Thanks, Joy for helping us out with this important step.

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  9. Thanks for the video. It helps understand the calibration.

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  10. Thank you for doing this video! :)

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  11. Thanks for the video Joy.... It's good information! And will prepare us for when we get ours... And yes I send when I get it.. Hubby said OK to get it sooo I'll probably be getting one! :o)

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  12. Mary - Biker GrannySeptember 9, 2010 at 9:11 AM

    Thanks for this, and the other "how to" videos you've shared with us! Very helpful info!

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  13. THis was important info to let us know about ...thanks for taking the time to do that video~

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  14. Thanks for the informative video!

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  15. Thank you so much for the video on calibration! Kitty was trying to help!!

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  16. You are so amazing! Blessings, Donna

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  17. Thanks for the video! Helpful!

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  18. Way cool!!

    I see your cat is a scrapper too!!!

    Take care and thanks again!

    -christine

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  19. I love my Expression but I think I could also love the Imagine. : (

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  20. Thanks Joy for doing this I am so excited can't wait to get mine LOL
    Debbie

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  21. My DH says $499 is still high, but you can bet I'll be watching the launch and likely buy the machine. I can't imagine ;o) living without it now that I've seen all the info you and Mel have provided as well as other bloggers.

    Thanks for showing what an amazing machine this is

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  22. Thanks so much for making sure we have this info and how to do it.

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  23. Thanks for doing these videos -- you make it so easy to want one of these.

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  24. Thanks for all of the information. I feel like we will all be able to make really informed choices when we decide if the Imagine is for us. Thanks again!

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  25. Very interesting, glad to see that they have a way for us to make it as precise as we can. thanks so much for the video.

    sewkimsew (at) gmail (dot) com

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