I used these settings in the Zing: force 160 speed 10 and multi-cut of 3-5 (didn't make enough of a difference to do 3, 4 or 5 so I will just stick with 3 next time)
Then I wanted to see what it would do on acrylic! The settings are as listed. The same meal sheet is behind the acrylic so that I could get a picture of it.
Of course I also had to test out the Chomas Creations adjustable marker holder! I did try one of the Papermate Flair pens in the Zing without a holder and as you can see it just can't get a good grip on the marker, it could wobble back and forth. I'm using Sandy' suggestion of the 25 post it notes in a stack to measure the height of the marker here.Chomas Creations adjustable marker holder in the Zing for more support and it left no room for wobble!
harlequin background I used the Chomas Creations adjustable marker holder with the Papermate Flair pen. I used a force of 10 and a speed of 10 on the Zing. After I drew the pattern I used the Copic markers in just a few of the diamond shapes to color them in.
The title was also cut with the Zing. Smooth like butta! (that is like butter hehe!)
Chomas Creations adjustable pen holder for the Zing (this will center the pens in the holder). Think glue pens and ball point pens and most gel pens, oh my!
Here is a Sakura Glaze gel pen in the Chomas Creations adjustable pen holder drawing with the Zing.
And if it doesn't fit in the adjustable pen holder there is always the Chomas Creations adjustable marker holder! It holds up to 1/2 inch in diameter and will give all markers the support you need!
Here is the Chomas Creations adjustable marker holder with an ultra fine point Pilot Precise V5 (you can see how smooth it drew the design, and super thin to!)
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