Friday, October 19, 2007

DIE CUT FACTS

Here are some die cut facts.

TYPES OF MATERIALS THAT CAN BE CUT WITH DIES

Quickutz: vellum, cardstock, fun foam, mulberry paper, tranparencies (can use as stencils), some people have reported being able to cut thinner chipboard and felt with the Revolution and the 4 x 4 dies (with foam removed), felt (I've had success cutting the simpler shapes with the foam removed in the Cuttlebug and Sizzix machines)

Classic Sizzix: vellum, cardstock, fun foam, mulberry paper, leather, denim, fabric, metal, chipboard, felt, plastic, faux fur, foil, heat and shrink plastic, paper wood, Self-adhesive rubber (for making rubber stamps), sheet magnet, sponge, static cling vinyl, transparencies

Sizzlits: metal, cardstock, vellum, specialty paper, felt, fun foam, fabric, chipboard

Cuttlebug: cardstock, vellum, specialty papers, chipboard, transparencies, cloth

Bosskutz: Vellum, cardstock,

Big Shot Thick Cuts* dies: card stock, lightweight chipboard, coaster material, felt, fabric, stencil plastic, polyshrink, acetate/transparency, thin sheet metal, leather, etc.

Big Shot Thin Cuts (wafer style, just like the Sizzlit; card stock max)

Big Shot Cut n' Emboss (wafer style, cut and emboss; card stock max)


Wizard: Spellbinders Cutting, Embossing and Stenciling dies - cardstock, vellum, light weight chipboard, soda cans, thin balsa wood, material backed with fusing, thin leather, fun foam, air dry clay, etch art board, shrink plastic, sheet magnet, felt, hvac tape, styrofoam and craft foil

Klic N Kut: comes in sizes that can cut 8.5, 13 or 15". All of them have 500g of pressure. There is an embossing tool, a pen tool and two blades (one for paper, one for chipboard). Can cut paper, cardstock, vinyl, chipboard, fabric, leather.


1 comments:

Julie Smith said...

I have been able to cut chipboard with my revolution, but there is so much pressure that it usually shoots the plastic thingy (official QK term) out the back. I have to make sure that I use it in the same spot (only one marked up area on my wall) and pointing away from me!
Take care, Scrapperdays