No, a Cricut doesn't print images, but Cricut software sends the images to your home computer to print an 8.5 × 11 inch material. The Cricut Design Space app lets you disconnect your Cricut device from your mobile device and repair it on your mobile device. If your design exceeds these size or functionality limitations, you may see a “Project incompatible error” when you open the project. Select the specific error message you receive from the links below and follow the recommended troubleshooting steps.
I've seen people use this technique to make large car and wall stickers, large wooden signs, and huge paper projects.
Why does my Cricut project always say incompatible?
If you try to cut multiple copies of the same design, you can reduce the size of your project. A small computer icon appears on each of the project tiles that have been successfully saved for offline use. I've seen people use this technique to make large car and wall stickers, large wooden signs, and huge paper projects. Wherever you drag the design onto the mat, the position will be fixed and your Cricut will cut it out on your mat at that exact position.
Why can't I open my project in the Cricut design area?
If this doesn't help, please contact Member Support using one of the options below for further assistance. If all else fails, you may need to call Cricut customer support to discuss your specific issue. I'm having this problem with some of my designs that I've launched on the computer that I'm trying to edit on my phone. If you notice that your Cricut design space is slacking or freezing, check what else is in use and turn it off if necessary.
If you start working on a project and leave it open during a break, you may return to a message telling you that Flash isn't working.
Why does Cricut say my image is too big?
If Design Space tells you that the printable image is too large, it means that the image you want to cut is set to Print Then Cut, but the image exceeds the Print Then Crop size limits. For example, if your screen resolution is more than 110, you'll see that your image is large for printing. If you don't extend the very edge of the color, you need to be very careful when cutting so that you crop the image right on the line. Now go to the Size boxes at the top of the Cricut Design Space window, make sure the lock is turned on (the lock icon appears closed), and enter the correct width in the W box.