Cactus Cutter vs. Hand Cutting - Which is Faster?
Susie Graves

Cactus Cutter vs. Hand Cutting - Which is Faster?

AI is popping up everywhere, from copywriting to image generating, and now even with DTF transfers. Yes, you heard that right. With the brand-new Cactus Cutter, the manual labor of cutting your transfers can now be automated and streamlined without breaking a sweat. Simply put, the Cactus Cutter allows you to customize each film cut based on that film’s specific requirements.

If this is the first time you’re hearing about this new machine, here’s everything you need to know: 

Is the Cactus Cutter actually faster than doing transfer cuts yourself?

The short answer is yes, it is. When compared to manual cutting, the Cactus Cutter was able to cut 210 transfers in more than half the time!

What tips do you have for using the Cactus Cutter?

When it comes to using the automated features of the Cactus Cutter, you’ll want to ensure you have decent margins between each logo and image. An ideal distance between images is about a quarter of an inch. If you opt for larger margins (like half an inch for example), you will waste your film, so it’s best to keep your margins around a quarter of an inch.

What are the benefits of using a Cactus Cutter?

Using the Cactus Cutter will help your business in a variety of ways. It’ll increase your speed and efficiency while putting money back into your business. As a business owner, that is something we all want and are all striving towards.

To get started using this new machine, preorder your Cactus Cutter with DTF today, or watch our video to learn more!