Siser Juliet™ 12″ Cutter – High Definition Cutter for Heat Transfer Vinyl
Siser’s Juliet™ 12″ Cutter is a high definition cutter for heat transfer vinyl like Siser EasyWeed! This 12″ cutter features a flip top lid that gives a sleek and sophisticated look and makes it easily portable. The Siser Juliet™ 12″ High Definition Cutter is able to connect to your computer by USB or wirelessly. Get started on your future of making with the Siser Juliet™ 12″ Cutter!
Use your Siser Juliet™ 12″ Cutter to it’s full potential with Siser’s advanced design studio, Leonardo Design Studio! Leonardo Designs Studio comes completely FREE with every Juliet Cutter! The cutting software is an incredibly versatile workspace with the built-in canvas and tools to create you own artwork from scratch, or download premade files from the extensive art library. You can also view swatches and specs for every Siser material, get inspired from handmade projects, learn new skills with tutorial videos, and so much more all within a single software from Siser!
Siser Juliet 12″ Cutter
Power Cord and Power Supply
12×12 Cutting Mat
2 Sheets of 6″ x 12″ Siser HTV
1 cover sheet
Tool Holder – holds cutting blade housing or marker adapter
Feed Tray – helps stabilize material
Adjustable Pinch Roller – feeds material in and out of the cutter
Pinch Roller Levers – locks down or releases adjustable pinch rollers
USB-A Port – used for connecting flash drive to cutter
USB-B Port – used for connection cutter to a computer
DC Power Port
Roller Bar lever – locks down or releases material under pinch rollers
Plug the round end of the power cord into the DC power port on the rear of the machine, then plug the opposite end into a standard electrical outlet. Press the power button to turn the cutter on.
Carefully remove the 45 degree blade form the packaging and insert into socket on blade housing with the pointed side facing outwards.
Twist the upper screw of the blade housing clockwise to expose less of the blade, or counterclockwise to expose more of the blade. The ideal length of exposed blade is about a credit card’s width. Once the blade is properly adjusted, twist the inner screw to lock in the blade position.
Insert blade housing into tool holder on the machine head with the blade facing down. Turn the knob on the tool holder clockwise to tighten.
Lower the roller bar lever and raise the pinch roller levers from the rear of the cutter. Adjust pinch rollers as needed then lower pinch roller levers to lock them in place.
Lower pinch roller by flipping the roller bar lever up from the rear of the cutter. Push material or cutting mat against pinch rollers and press the ‘Up” arrow on the touch screen to feed into cutter.
Tap ‘Cut Settings’ on the touch screen then tap the current preset to view the entire menu. Select the preset that matches your material to automatically adjust the cut force and speed.
Tap ‘Test Cut’ to cut a small shape out of your material to ensure the cut settings are correct. After testing, select the ‘Home’ icon to return to the home screen.
Once you’re ready to cut, plug in the USB flash drive via the USB-A port on the rear of the cutter. Tap the ‘Settings’ button, then ‘USB’. Select your cut file form the dropdown.
Move the position of the blade by using the on-screen arrow buttons. Once the blade is in position, tap the play button to begin cutting.