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MTC and the BossKut Gazelle???

GracefulGrammarGracefulGrammar Posts: 164Member
edited February 2010 in General
Somewhere on the forum I THOUGHT i read that MTC will work with the Gazelle cutter. Can someone verify this for me? Has anyone tried it? Anyone have any results to share?

If I am completely off base with this....... let me know :-)

TIA
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  • iggyloveriggylover Posts: 11,513Moderator
    You're not off base, you read it here:

    "General: MTC can already cut with CraftRobo/Wishblade"
    http://make-the-cut.com/forum/comments.php?DiscussionID=1149

    Hope this helps,

    Jeanette
    "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing" Edmund Burke

    Jeanette in Orange County, CA
    Love my Italian Greyhound --> I.G.--> iggy
    Own a Create: Krikee, getting used to a Black Cat Cougar: Bagheera


  • Rhoda JayneRhoda Jayne Posts: 1,627Member
    GG,
    I wondered this too,lol! I want that machine!!! When you mentioned the Copic markers I had to go find that video! After reading about them on the Cricut board I bought a few of the flesh color ones.
    Now I'm trying to brainstorm on how I would use a 12 inch cutter with my digiscrapping stash. I bought a wide format printer last summer so I can print my own papers & photos. I love the designs of Studio Lorie from scrapbookgraphics.com I'm wondering how well that some of her elements would cut out.
    Rhoda
  • GracefulGrammarGracefulGrammar Posts: 164Member
    On my, I bought my very 1st digigraphics from Maya years ago when she was the only designer on scrapbookgraphics.com... small world :-)

    I am thinking I can take digital doodads and convert them to a black and white/grey scale jpegs in PS....... and then vectorize them. They should do much better that way?? your thoughts???

    I would like to know if someone has successfully used MTC with the gazelle......... i read julie's post and it sounds like a yes, but her focus in her post was more on wishblade group cutters, so I am not completely sure.
  • Rhoda JayneRhoda Jayne Posts: 1,627Member
    Did you buy Maya's first cd? I bought that one plus two from cottagearts.net. Maya is still selling and has another site for digital art. My other most favorite designer is Miki Ferkul from scrapbookelements.com. This site releases their new kits around 2:00a.m. on Sunday mornings. I will wake up in the middle of the night just to see what Miki has released,lol!
    Rhoda
  • GracefulGrammarGracefulGrammar Posts: 164Member
    I have several of Maya's Cds and many Cottage Arts Cds and her book on using PSP for Digital Scrapbooking
  • GracefulGrammarGracefulGrammar Posts: 164Member
    I used to get up every Sunday and get a cuppa coffee and go review the new art at scrapbookelements.com.... small world
  • juliefes_ID1966juliefes_ID1966 Posts: 340Member
    MTC cuts directly to Gazelle! The Gazelle is a better cutter than Cricut. It cuts much, much faster, and it cuts heavier media with fewer passes, and more efficiently. It cuts with greater pressure, and it can use most any kind of pen you have in your collection for drawing.
  • stackyscrapsstackyscraps Posts: 1,084Member
    ok julie - tell people that are completely ignorant like me the best place to get a gazelle or get more info please ;)
  • rachellann_ID714rachellann_ID714 Posts: 10,251Banned
    Does any one have a link to their site?
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    Rachellann uses the Black Cat Cougar, Gazelle, Expression, and 34 inch MH871 vinyl cutter

    http://www.thymegraphics.co.uk/index.asp

    http://www.thatsscrapinc.com/

    My Blog is:
    http://rachellsmanycrafts.blogspot.com/



  • Rhoda JayneRhoda Jayne Posts: 1,627Member
    http://www.bosskuttraining.com/ I placed one on layaway last month from Cutterscreek.com. I'll be getting my machine in about 3 weeks & I can't wait! It comes with Funtime software which is supposed to be a really good software for cutters. Shop around & wait for a sale because the machine is pricey at msrp. Last month she met another site's price for $371.00.
    Funtime software by itself is over $100.00.
    Rhoda
  • juliefes_ID1966juliefes_ID1966 Posts: 340Member
    I think the best place to get the Gazelle is at www.scrap-savvy.com They offer price matching and offer excellent customer service.
    http://www.scrap-savvy.com/servlet/the-600/Gazelle-by-Bosskut-w-fdsh-/Detail

    There is a tutorial posted here for cutting from MTC to Gazelle:
    http://f1.grp.yahoofs.com/v1/0GK9S0M0FIOC9ej7JYbPyGhHUL_QVHfjXWmbONFcqmMz_4tww6nHgESZmytKRFLJ59HmuRrdeydEO4919xDY0w/01_Introductory_Lessons/06_From Make The Cut to Gazelle.pdf

    Gazelle is shipped with easy to use, professional software and has a laser registration feature for doing print and cuts. There is a free yahoo group called GazelleGals with complete instructions for Gazelle, from set up, to learning to use the software, to troubleshooting, etc. You will find 250 pages of step-by-step, illustrated, printable tutorials, and links for many video tutorials.

    Gazelle cuts up to 12.125" wide from its native software, with up to 500 grams of pressure. It has 7 speeds. Yet it is physically smaller than the Expression - very portable! It has lightweight metal construction, so will not overheat, even with constant use. The door closes when not in use, and has two drawers for storage of blades, pens, accessories, etc. The mat is the same width as the Cricut mat, but are slightly longer, and Cricut blades fit in its blade holder. Gazelle blades are better than Cricut blades.

    If you don't have a Cricut - don't buy one. If you are looking for a wide format cutter, the Gazelle is a much better option, especially now that MTC works with the Gazelle.
  • lamblamb Posts: 300Member
    looks like i am moving on from my cricut and buying a gazelle..
  • sjh9902sjh9902 Posts: 340Member
    Im off to check this thing out! sounds great since I may no longer be a loyal cricuteer! UGH!
  • CaseysAngelCaseysAngel Posts: 14,967Member
    edited April 2010
    yea, I'm looking into them today to. Pretty ticked I just wasted all that money on an expression but live and learn. I bet I check out Gazelle's customers service a WHOLE lot before purchasing one of theirs. I"m not wasting anymore money on things from shady companies.
    Post edited by CaseysAngel on
    Christy http://everdaylittlethings.blogspot.com/
    Cutters: Craft Robo, Cricut Expression, and the absolute BEST A BLACK CAT COUGAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • stackyscrapsstackyscraps Posts: 1,084Member
    My birthday is in just a few weeks and I know what I want now LOL
  • CaseysAngelCaseysAngel Posts: 14,967Member
    Yep but let's be sure to check out their customer service first!!!!!! I'm guessing it 's good though since Julie likes it so well!!!!!
    Christy http://everdaylittlethings.blogspot.com/
    Cutters: Craft Robo, Cricut Expression, and the absolute BEST A BLACK CAT COUGAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • juliefes_ID1966juliefes_ID1966 Posts: 340Member
    You can go to www.bosskutforum.com , look around, and ask questions if you like. They are not such a huge company - they still have time for their customers.
  • CaseysAngelCaseysAngel Posts: 14,967Member
    that's my kind of company!!!!!!!!!
    Christy http://everdaylittlethings.blogspot.com/
    Cutters: Craft Robo, Cricut Expression, and the absolute BEST A BLACK CAT COUGAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • CATS_PURRRFECTCATS_PURRRFECT Posts: 321Member
    OH meee tooo sounds SUPPER COOOOL...wowwwwwwwww...Oh how everthing takes a turn for the BETTERRRRRRRRRR....I really do hate that i had my hubby spen soo much on that stupid CRICUT EXPRESSION...hahahah....Does anyone know if it engraves in heavy metal sheets?? and if it cuts really really really small with alot of intricate details in a image??

    YOU ALL ARE CRAZY ENABLERSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS !!!!...LOL

    CHOW!
  • juliefes_ID1966juliefes_ID1966 Posts: 340Member
    The Gazelle does engrave heavy metal sheets, glass, acrylic, etc very nicely. It does cut very small, intricate detail nicely from its native software. The cutting from Funtime is much faster and smoother than from MTC right now, but Andy has been working on improving the cutting to all cutters.
  • CaseysAngelCaseysAngel Posts: 14,967Member
    Jules does funtime come with it or do we need to buy that seperately?
    Christy http://everdaylittlethings.blogspot.com/
    Cutters: Craft Robo, Cricut Expression, and the absolute BEST A BLACK CAT COUGAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • neldanelda Posts: 11,637Moderator
    I was over there and also looking at some youtube videaos. I really like that there is a print-n-cut feature with a "cross mark" or something that lets you print something on the printer, then you can it out right along the outline! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ornm9MjrOKw&NR=1

    You can also use regular length markers (like Copic) in it, it does not look like it need a holder or an adaptor. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLZgIiyrPa4

    You can cut the full 12 inches of the paper as well.

    I am definitely looking at this, may need to make a purchase soon. So nice that it works with MTC!!! I am loyal to Andy and his program. I never used the cart back-up feature (although I own several carts) because I have never kooked by CDS to my E yet. But it was a nice feature. Undertand fully if he needs to pull it, I woud still buy (and di buy) MTC without it.

    I hope MTC stays around, I do not want to have to try to learn SCUT, like MTC!

    If anyone has the gazelle, would love to hear feedback. Also where to buy (best prices).
    In Indy, blogging along at http://papercraftingwithnelda.blogspot.com/
    Lettering Delights affiliate - order through here to give me credit!
    Cutters: using the the Silhouette SD almost exclusively these days!
  • kjbowerskjbowers Posts: 8Member
    edited April 2010
    For anyone who is interested, Rhoda is correct! cutterscreek.com does have the Gazelle for sale and we do also do lay aways! And will ship for free! We also own a Gazelle yahoo group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CuttersCreekGazelleUsers/?yguid=342387491 Please come join us if you like. I would be happy to pass on some really great deals, just ask these ladies :)
    Here is the link to the store: https://www.cutterscreek.com/store/ And if you have any questions regarding my customer service, please ask some of these ladies here, as they are customers of mine :)
    Thank you! (I am a proud affiate of MTC!!!)

    Kim B
    Owner Cutters Creek
    Post edited by kjbowers on
  • SandyWSandyW Posts: 1,289Member
    thanks for the info Kim...will be checking it out...
    Sandy W. (formerly "BugHappyGrams")
    Charlotte, NC
    http://thehobbylady.blogspot.com/
  • Angel135612Angel135612 Posts: 4,246Member
    I have never heard of this, but then, I'm not a HUGE paper crafter. I saw the video where it cuts AROUND an image, and I was very impressed..... can't justify the price right now, but you can bet I'm going to be saving up my money for one of these real soon, and will be watching closely for a sale.

    Do they have trail versions of the software so we can see what it does, before we purchase it??
    Diane in Colorado Springs
    Proud Owner of a Silver Bullet Professional Series 24 inch cutter rated #1 by Top Ten Reivews
    http://die-cutting-machines-review.toptenreviews.com/
    http://www.mycraftythoughts.blogspot.com/
  • SandyWSandyW Posts: 1,289Member
    OhhhhhhMMMMGGGGG!!!!! I just watched these videos....where was this thing two years ago!!! I really want one of these now...

    So questions:
    1) see her moving the mat back and forth manually, where that really can't be done with the other...this I guess doesn't damage it, right?

    2) saw her manually move the blade/pen housing manually, where really can't with the other...again, doesn't damage it???

    3) and didn't notice any cart, sd chips, etc....so is all pc software driven?

    I really like this! And that demonstration was awesome!
    Sandy W. (formerly "BugHappyGrams")
    Charlotte, NC
    http://thehobbylady.blogspot.com/
  • kjbowerskjbowers Posts: 8Member
    You are welcome for the info! I saw the Gazelle in action and thought this was one WAY cool machine, and with a push from some customers, decided to sell it :)

    Kim B
  • sandyjsandyj Posts: 690Member
    I have a gazelle and frankly, I wouldn't be so fast to jump on the gazelle train. It is more complicated to use than a cricut, especially adjusting the blade depth. There aren't any numbers on the blade housing and everytime you change to a different weight paper, you have to fiddle around with the blade depth, doing test cuts to get it right. I suppose you can file marks on the housing, but I don't know if that would get you to the exact same depth. I've read that people buy multiple blade holders so they can have one set for vinyl and one for lightweight paper, etc, but I'm too cheap for that.

    You also have to do something called 'offset' to get cuts to close (meaning finish where they start). The offset is different for different weight papers, so again, you have to do a LOT of experimenting to get it right , which I haven't been able to do for all the different papers I use, especially the heavier stuff.

    Customer service IS fast and friendly. But if your machine comes with a defective part (as mine did), it takes days of communication through the owners board (and near stroke level frustration, lol) to make anyone believe that the problem ISN'T you.

    The machine has a lot of pressure, even on the lowest level, but if you have the blade set so it is sticking out too far (a lot easier to do than you think, especially when you are new), it gouges into the mat and ruins the blade for detailed work. I went through 3 blades in a week (1 gazelle and 2 new cricut blades) trying to get my machine to work right. As I said, it turned out to be a defective part and the folks at gazelle did fix it quickly and sent me extra new blades, but I had to pay to send a brand new machine in for repairs less than a week after I got it. I was told that if they didn't find anything wrong with it, I would have to pay to have it sent back to me (which they did find and returned it at their cost).

    They also said you can can cut directly from AI or Corel, which was a big part of the reason I got the machine but found out AFTER the fact that you are limited to less than 12" by 12" when using those programs. I was extremely unhappy to find that out. Which means you are forced into using Funtime for anything bigger, whether you like it or not.

    I don't yet own MTC, having SCAL2 already, but I tried the trial version it with my gazelle and wasn't all that impressed with the cutting. Which isn't anyone's fault - it's a new thing and bugs have to be worked out. Not all the cuts connected, and with MTC there isn't anyway to adjust 'offset' (or with Corel or AI, either). It may have been the design, someone else may have had better luck.

    I'm not saying you shouldn't get a gazelle, lots of people have them and are extremely happy. I'm just saying you might want to find out a little more about it before jumping on board. Had I been able to read the owners board BEFORE buying my gazelle, I would probably have changed my mind.

    Just my opinion, your milage may vary!
    Just MY opinion, your milage will vary.
    Like "Andy" but with an "S"
  • juliefes_ID1966juliefes_ID1966 Posts: 340Member
    There are no cartridges or SD chips to use with the Gazelle. It is software driven. The software comes with 750 cutting images as well as 200 special cutting fonts built into the software, that is shipped with it. The software uses all TTF files on your computer. It is shipped with a version of Funtime 2010. No special pen holder is required. All pen sizes fit in it up to 9/16" diameter. Cricut pens are the largest that will work in it.

    You can download a free version of Funtime, Funtime Lite, to play with some of its basic features. Most of the advanced professional design features have been disabled in the Lite version. You can download it from here:
    http://download.cnet.com/Funtimes-Scrapbooking-Lite/3000-2191_4-10905958.html
    This will allow you to print WPC files using PDFCreator for making SVG files to open in MTC if you like.

    BossKut is a small Grandma and Grandpa business that does not have the deep pockets available for all the fancy ads. They have put everything into the production of a quality machine.

    There is a tutorial posted on how to convert WPC files to SVG here:
    http://f1.grp.yahoofs.com/v1/8F--SyEalu3UuNHfLucPjj3p-RjUyfY7jV-Sk_3g4Mpq9lzV6Gpk1LyxJkGK00rSk4DKkWUn_WZTlsmmRQD36w/01_Introductory_Lessons/11_WPCToSVG.pdf

    GazelleGals Yahoo group has tutorials posted covering every aspect of the Gazelle.

    www.scrap-savvy.com sends out a newsletter every week with free cutting files that will work in all of the cutters, including Gazelle, MTC, SCAL, Wishblade, Craft Robo, Pazzles, Silhouette, etc. They sell cutters and the supplies. I don't work for them, but I am on their design team.
  • sandyjsandyj Posts: 690Member
    I should probably also mention that the pen and writing feature is great - it works just as advertised. If you draw something, it will cut out very nicely. And you can use any pen you have - I've even used a regular ball point pen with perfect results.

    However, PRINT and cut is more of a cwapshoot. You have to align the paper on the mat perfectly square for it to cut around the image correctly. Have it tilted a tiny bit in either direction, the farther from the start you get, the farther off the cut becomes. And you have to check your mats to make sure they come printed right, otherwise you will tear out your hair. Print and cut is another thing I have yet to get to work correctly. But I'm sure other folks aren't having the same problems I am.:)
    Just MY opinion, your milage will vary.
    Like "Andy" but with an "S"
  • SandyWSandyW Posts: 1,289Member
    thanks Sandyj for your opinion it is appreciated. I never just "jump right in" I do investigate and research before investing. Thank you.

    Julie, thanks for the info, earlier today I couldn't get the pdf link to work....but just tried this one and it did so will do some reading on this. I will check it all out.
    Sandy W. (formerly "BugHappyGrams")
    Charlotte, NC
    http://thehobbylady.blogspot.com/
  • TerriMTerriM Posts: 254Member
    Hi Everyone!! I'm Terri from Boss Kut. (Gazelle Tech' Support)
    I thought it might be helpful to those of you who are interested in the gazelle, to invite you to join the Gazelle Visitors Forum. http://bosskutforum.com
    There is a FAQ posted there and much more too! You are welcomed and encouraged to post questions/comments as well! The visitors forum is moderated, but that is only to help us discourage/prevent the spammers and such. There is also a Gazelle Owners Forum and it is not moderated. You will be pleased (I hope) to know that John & Phyllis (the owners) are very involved and hands on in the daily operations and customer service. Customer Service and Support has always been and will always be Top Priority!!
    Happy Cutting!! Terri
  • juliefes_ID1966juliefes_ID1966 Posts: 340Member
    Sandyj, if you would like my instructions for cutting to Gazelle from Illustrator, contact me privately. I have been able to get it to cut at least as wide as the Cricut Expression from Illustrator. The same is true in cutting from MTC. You can only cut as wide as the Expression can cut due to driver limitations. The Funtime Gazelle software makers made special drivers to make the machine surpass the cutting width of its original drivers. So if you want the full 12.125" cutting width, you will need to cut from Funtime Gazelle.

    If you don't do much in the way of Print and Cut projects, then the accuracy of that feature is not a real issue. I don't do print and cut projects. I think the cut and print or hinge methods are better methods to use for getting accurate placement for cuts.
  • pigtailpatpigtailpat Posts: 1,512Member
    I am supposed to receive my Gazelle next week. I know I have a learning curve ahead of me for this machine. But I am willing to undertake it, because I think I will finally get the results I wanted with very complex images. Plus, I have complete freedom over my cutting and I won't be fearful about big brother watching over me. And if I have questions, Terri has been super patient with everything and answers everything. I read she once spent all night helping one customer get up to speed. I don't think she sleeps. So with those kind of people at Boss Kut, I think it will be a good purchase. But I have to say, I too would be upset at having to return a machine at my cost within one week of receiving it, after spending serious money already on it. So Sandy I do agree with you that shouldn't happen.
    Cuts with Gazelle, PNC with silhouette.
  • Rhoda JayneRhoda Jayne Posts: 1,627Member
    Hi Kim!
    One more payment & it's MINE,lol! I'm excited about getting it but I'm also scared to death! I just hope I can set it up correctly, plus do the print & cut thing.
    rhoda
  • sandyjsandyj Posts: 690Member
    It's not the width, it's the length limit. I use Corel, and we've been over this on the other forum. As for print and cut (which is important to me), I followed the calibration tut closely until the machine cuts on the line perfectly. But then it cuts out pictures wonky. Any more hair pulling-out and I'll be bald soon!
    Just MY opinion, your milage will vary.
    Like "Andy" but with an "S"
  • kjbowerskjbowers Posts: 8Member
    I know!! I am very excited for you!!

    Kim B
  • CaseysAngelCaseysAngel Posts: 14,967Member
    Terri,

    How sweet of you to stop by here and invite us!!!!!!!!
    Christy http://everdaylittlethings.blogspot.com/
    Cutters: Craft Robo, Cricut Expression, and the absolute BEST A BLACK CAT COUGAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • TerriMTerriM Posts: 254Member
    Hi Sandy! In all fairness, if part of the story is to be posted, then the rest of the story should also be posted...
    You don't need to adjust the blade every time you change papers. I use the same blade setting for all cardstocks... I only change the force. You only have to adjust or change the blade if changing to a very thin paper or very thick media like chipboard or funfoam. Same goes for offset... you only need make adjustments between thin/thick medias.
    In your case, which was very,very rare, it did take several days or so of communication. Everything we tried/tested with you indicated that either the blade was not properly adjusted OR that the blade was damaged. All we had to go on was the info we got from you. As it turned out, it was a defective bladeholder. Yours was the first and only defective bladeholder we've incurred!
    (note) the bladeholder does take a little getting used to, but it's then very easy to adjust!!
    (note) Ladies, you heard it here first!! Boss Kut has been working diligently with the manufacturer on a pre-set bladeholder that adjust like you are used to adjusting!! There is already a proto-type on it's way for testing/approval... once this stage is complete, it will soon be available as an accessory.
    Yes, you did pay to ship your machine to Boss Kut. You were also very well compensated for that expense!
    Typically we would send the customer a postage paid shipping label, but sometimes the customer would rather get it shipped asap vs wait for that label. Those customers are compensated!
    Cutting from other programs is only a little narrower than cutting from Funtime. About the same as cutting from E. This info has never been hidden, concealed or denied. If cutting the full 12+ inch width is crucial, it is very easy to bring your design into funtime for the actual cutting.
    Cutting from Funtime is smoother than cutting from MTC at this time... again, if this is an issue for anyone, it is very easy to bring your design into funtime even if just to cut it. I have no doubts that when Andy is finished with other matters, he will make the cutting from MTC smoother!!
    Print&Cut!! I LOVE it!! Some users are having issues here. I have spent months testing and researching and testing... AND finally found the cause of those issues!! I am currently working on the write-up for the solution and will have it posted very soon! (teaser)I have even been successfully doing 12x24 inch print&cuts!!! (video in the works!!)

    If there are any other concerns/questions, please ask!
    Happy Cutting! Terri
  • SandyWSandyW Posts: 1,289Member
    Thanks Terri from another Sandy.....so are there plenty of video and written tutorials on how to use this? I am a "self-teacher" and find that I can usually learn things pretty quickly by either watching videos and/or written instructions.
    Sandy W. (formerly "BugHappyGrams")
    Charlotte, NC
    http://thehobbylady.blogspot.com/
  • TerriMTerriM Posts: 254Member
    yes, there are LOTS of video and written tuts... and more coming!!
    give me a few and I'll make a list of links you might like!!
  • kjbowerskjbowers Posts: 8Member
    We also have links in the Gazelle yahoo group I posted the link to eailer. We have been collecting as much info as we can to help users in their Gazelle experience :)

    Kim B
  • K_leeK_lee Posts: 6,423Member
    wow, my dream machine, but for now have to be happy with what I got......wish there had been more advertising of this, but I understand that costs lots, and not everyone can do it, and guess I didn't reseach before buying mine as to what other machine there were.......gonna keep this in mind and one day hopefully can get one......thanks for all the info..... the link to the guest forum is asking for a log in....is that the correct link? Thanks again!!
    K_lee's Krafting Niche'
  • Angel135612Angel135612 Posts: 4,246Member
    Can this cut fabric?? and would you still need to have some kind of fusible on the fabric?

    Diane
    Diane in Colorado Springs
    Proud Owner of a Silver Bullet Professional Series 24 inch cutter rated #1 by Top Ten Reivews
    http://die-cutting-machines-review.toptenreviews.com/
    http://www.mycraftythoughts.blogspot.com/
  • TerriMTerriM Posts: 254Member
    Hi Klee! on the log in screen, select "register".
  • K_leeK_lee Posts: 6,423Member
    lol, duh, I thought it would just let you go and browse like some guest forums.....thanks! Blushing!
    K_lee's Krafting Niche'
  • TerriMTerriM Posts: 254Member
    here are some links for you!

    video tut's: http://bosskuttraining.com/

    youtube demo's: http://www.youtube.com/results?searc...rch_type=&aq=f

    more funtime videos: http://funtimescrapbooking.com/Videos/Videos.aspx

    visitors forum: http://bosskutforum.com

    FAQ: http://bosskutforum.com/showthread.php?t=272
  • SandyWSandyW Posts: 1,289Member
    thanks Terri, checking them out now.
    Sandy W. (formerly "BugHappyGrams")
    Charlotte, NC
    http://thehobbylady.blogspot.com/
  • Angel135612Angel135612 Posts: 4,246Member
    Terri, Can the Gazelle cut fabric?
    Diane in Colorado Springs
    Proud Owner of a Silver Bullet Professional Series 24 inch cutter rated #1 by Top Ten Reivews
    http://die-cutting-machines-review.toptenreviews.com/
    http://www.mycraftythoughts.blogspot.com/
  • Rhoda JayneRhoda Jayne Posts: 1,627Member
    Teri,
    I keep forgetting to ask, but is there a way to make score lines with the gazelle?

    Kim,
    I'm very excited & scared to death at the same time,lol! What if Funtime doesn't like me!!!!!!
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