Vinyl Cutter at Invention Studio

The vinyl cutter can be used to create stickers and labels out of vinyl. The Roland STIKA SV-15 is located in the 3D printer room (MRDC 2104). 

Can create stickers and labels

Materials are free - many colors and textures of vinyl available near the machine.

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Vinyl Cutter
Hours: 
10AM to 6PM Monday to Friday
Access Notes: 
Tours of the Studio are available during our open hours or after hours by special arrangement. If you are not a member of the Georgia Tech community, some documentation with be required prior to your tour.
Contact Information: 
Clint Rinehart Mechanical Specialist Instructional Labs clint.rinehart@me.gatech.edu T: 404.894.3962
Safety and Training: 
Maximum Cutting Area: 13-3/8 (X) by 39-5/16 (Y) inches [340 by 1000 millimeters] Accepts pieces of vinyl that are at least 11 inches wide and under 44 inches long For Instructions visit : http://inventionstudiowiki.gatech.edu/wiki/Vinyl_Cutter ot talk to an Invention Studio Foreman to get the best out of your vinyl cutting.
Summary Description: 
The vinyl cutter can be used to create stickers and labels out of vinyl. The Roland STIKA SV-15 is located in the 3D printer room (MRDC 2104).
GIS data: 
POINT (33.778238 -84.401528)
Address: 
801 Ferst Dr
ATLANTA, GA 30383
United States
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Georgia Institute of Technology
North Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30332
Phone: 404-894-2000