I find that Rolands have better support. Creation cutters are generally cheaper, but you sometimes have to hodge-podge your setup. Material, blades, and software is what will get you though; if you have editing software already, you'll be alright. If you have handled industrial cutters before, any economy cutter will suit you fine, but there is a learning curved
Thanks man, i have the adobe suite ( im a multimedia student of about 6 years) and love illustrator so im gunna start shoppin around
any time i make stickers for you its always worth my time! i cant wait for you to get the smileys! then all the holes can get filled it. 20 of them should be enough. im going to work on some new designs this week though
Well, you know I'm a sucker for new designs... I will chat you tomorrow, I effed up a couple stickers this weekend loading **** in the car, so I may need some replacements.