The Cricut Air 2 is a fun and easy-to-use machine that allows you to cut your own designs into many different materials. If you’re having difficulty getting the best performance out of it, here are some ways to calibrate both the cutting depth and speed settings so they provide optimal results every time.
The “cricut explore air 2 not cutting in the right place” is a question that has been asked multiple times. The answer to this question can be found on the Cricut website.
What is the procedure for resetting my Explore Cricut AIR 2? Follow the instructions below to do a Hard Reset on the Expression 2 by Cricut: Turn the Expression 2 machine off. At the same moment, hold down the magnifying glass, pause, and power buttons. Hold the buttons down until the machine displays a rainbow screen, then let go.
If you’re utilizing the Print then Cut function for the first time on a Explore Cricut® machine, you’ll be requested to calibrate when you begin the cutting process. (If you’ve printed your project before calibrating it, put it away; you’ll be able to use it after calibration.)
Make certain you’re using a Cricut blade. After that, examine the blade and blade housing for any debris attached to the blade or trapped in the blade housing. Make a test cut once everything is clean. To observe a difference in the cut result, adjust the pressure settings 2-3 times in increments of 2-4.
Press the green ‘Continue‘ button and load the mat in your Cricut machine.
Your Cricut will begin cutting on the sheet of paper. It will start with the center square and move to the lines at the top and right of the paper.
Some of the cuts will be VERY OFF and you may be wondering what the heck your machine is doing!
But once it’s done, Design Space will ask you to examine the lines at both the top and along the right side to determine which cut was the most accurate.
My Cricut Air 2 won’t connect to my PC for some reason.
Make sure your Bluetooth is turned on, or connect the USB cable. Make sure that Bluetooth is toggled On -> click Add Bluetooth or other device. Select Bluetooth and wait for your PC to recognize the Cricut machine. Select the machine -> enter the PIN 0000 -> select Connect.
What’s the best way to sharpen a Cricut blade?
Roll a sheet of aluminum foil into a ball, remove the blade housing from the Cricut, depress the plunger, and repeatedly insert the blade into the aluminum foil ball. I must have poked the spot approximately 50 times. This seems to sharpen the blade while also removing any particles of paper or vinyl that may be adhering to it.
Does the Cricut explore AIR 2 need to be calibrated?
Why is my Cricut not cutting accurately?
How do I reset my Cricut explore AIR 2?