This is from the July 10, 2012 Q&A Webinar for Make The Cut!
00:00:00 Welcoming Remarks
00:00:52 Thickening up a thin font or “beefing up” a thin object to make it better for cutting
00:18:00 Aligning and spacing an object (shadowing, aligning & spacing, aspect ratio, using registration marks, using auto simplify and flatten path)
01:00:00 Creating a box in the shape of a cross (see also Julie’s written tutorial @MTC_Tuts, Advanced Lessons, Lesson IV.12_Make an Octagon Box (April 16, 2012) groups.yahoo.com/group/MTC_Tuts/files/04_Advanced_Lessons/ (Note: you must be a member to access these files. Free to join). Also see May 8, 2012 Webinar @ 01:40:58 Timestamp for Julie’s demonstration of this Tutorial.
01:23:50 How to size a circle to attach to a round or spherical object like a piggy bank so it lies flat on the surface (short answer, not easily done – Bryan discusses conical wrap and Bezier Warp)
01:42:30 How to take a stamped image (hand stamp or digital stamp) and make it into a MTC file (Bryan also demonstrates using some of the Node Editing tools)
02:06:00 Scanning into MTC from your home scanner (please note this uses a twain scanner, some scanners will not work)
02:08:40 How to create a word (peace) into a shape (an oval here) so that it “fits” into the shape