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    I was on the Cricut checking out some cartridges heehee - and came across this post..

    This lady got her Cricut to cut thru chipboards!!

    http://www.cricut.com/messageboard/tm.aspx?m=620250

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    Taffy, thanks for being a special enabler. TFS!
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    Laura, you can count on me Heehee

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    I hear that you could do it, but I wouldn't want to risk damaging the blades.

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    Does anyone have trouble with the mat loading straight?
    Lynn

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    Sometimes my mat doesn't go in very straight. I think it's usually when I'm being too impatient though, lol.
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    To have my mat load, I just bump it up against the "bumpers," and let the machine pull it in.
    Laura

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    Laura - guess I'm just not bumping right - lol Sometimes mine is fine and sometimes it's a pain!
    Lynn

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    I just tried it with some lightweight CB and it worked! I cut it 2x.

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    TFS Taffy! I have got to try this!
    (oh yeah- I must have read this over an hour ago... but I got sidetracked reading the various posts in that link!! Finally came back here! LOL)


 

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