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Old 01-10-2012, 03:02 PM   #3801
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Thanks so much! I'm off to order a couple.
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I'm with you caterinafmig! I love my little Cuttlebug. I love that it is portable, and compact.
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Anybody having success cutting intricate Memory Craft Dies in Cuttlebug? I am using 110 lb GP card stock (Walmart)..anything heavier just won't cut...but still, I am having trouble getting all of the die to cut....Using A + B + Spellbinders Magnetic Mat+ B + layers of shim....just paper ones.....
My B plates are a bit warped..so maybe that is the problem...have turned them over though and still cannot get the details.....
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The only thing I can think of to help is trying to turn your die clock or counter clock wise each time you run it thru. Try this a couple of times. The warped plates might be at fault also. I noticed today I was having the same problem with my B plate. Use that one more.
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The only thing I can think of to help is trying to turn your die clock or counter clock wise each time you run it thru. Try this a couple of times. The warped plates might be at fault also. I noticed today I was having the same problem with my B plate. Use that one more.
Thanks Phyllis...I'll give that a try! MJ
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Anybody having success cutting intricate Memory Craft Dies in Cuttlebug? I am using 110 lb GP card stock (Walmart)..anything heavier just won't cut...but still, I am having trouble getting all of the die to cut....Using A + B + Spellbinders Magnetic Mat+ B + layers of shim....just paper ones.....
My B plates are a bit warped..so maybe that is the problem...have turned them over though and still cannot get the details.....
I saw a video done by someone from either Poppy Stamps or Memory Box that said to add several layers of scotch tape (they probably put 7 or 8 pieces on in the video) over the area that won't cut then run it through your machine. The video said that you can leave the tape on the die so you don't have to redo it every time that you use it. I haven't tried it personally so I can't say for sure that it works, but it made sense to me. I'll go hunt for the video and if I can find the link, I'll post it.

Guess I should specify that the tape went on the back side of the die (not the cutting side)...forgot to mention that when I posted my first reply.

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I just recently purchased the Whimsy Circle Memory Box die and haven't had any problems using it in the CB. I did notice that with like Walmart CS there's not any problem but with heavier CS - like SU - I have to run it back and forth a couple of times to get it to cut good. I'm using the plates, etc. as follows: A, B, Card stock, Die Facing down, 2 or 3 card stock (Walmart) shims and then C.
This seems to be working with this die so far..........

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I saw a video done by someone from either Poppy Stamps or Memory Box that said to add several layers of scotch tape (they probably put 7 or 8 pieces on in the video) over the area that won't cut then run it through your machine. The video said that you can leave the tape on the die so you don't have to redo it every time that you use it. I haven't tried it personally so I can't say for sure that it works, but it made sense to me. I'll go hunt for the video and if I can find the link, I'll post it.

Guess I should specify that the tape went on the back side of the die (not the cutting side)...forgot to mention that when I posted my first reply.

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I found the video, here is a link: MemoryBoxCo's Channel - YouTube Then click on How to Shim Intricate Memory Box Dies. Hope this helps!!
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That is wonderful news!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I saw the video and think that will work!! I'll get to it asap! I've not seen that metal plate used before...don't know if we should use one with the Bug?
Thank you all for your responses...this site is fabulous for helping out when problems arise!!
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I've not seen that metal plate used before...don't know if we should use one with the Bug?
I bought a metal shim from Papertrey Ink and tried it, but I haven't found it to be very useful. I don't feel like it helps the die cut any better. Maybe others have had a better experience with it and maybe other brands work differently. That's just been my experience (I've only owned the Cuttlebug for about 6 months so I can't say that I'm any sort of expert. )

Good luck, it took me a long time to buy the Cuttlebug but I'm so glad that I did. I use it on almost every card now!!
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Does anyone know if the paper doily large sizzlits die can fit in a cuttlebug?
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I read that they're 4 1/4 in diameter so yes.
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Does anyone know if the NEW Sizzex Pop n Cuts (for pop-up cards) dies will fit in the Cuttlebug? I saw the dies at the CHA 2012 show on YT. I love pop-ups. I've only had my CB about a month & still learning all the tricks & which dies can be used in the machine so, any information re Sizzex PopNCuts die is greatly appreciated.

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Does anyone know if the NEW Sizzex Pop n Cuts (for pop-up cards) dies will fit in the Cuttlebug? I saw the dies at the CHA 2012 show on YT. I love pop-ups. I've only had my CB about a month & still learning all the tricks & which dies can be used in the machine so, any information re Sizzex PopNCuts die is greatly appreciated.

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They work great in the CB. Best with extended plates.
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They work great in the CB. Best with extended plates.
Thanks for your quick response & the good news. You are an enabler, I'm already over my February crafting budget. Can't buy anything till the end of March. Hmmm, maybe by the time I can afford the dies and extended plates, both products will be on sale or I'll have a coupon lol.
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I need to replace my B plates before they break. I'm thinking of buying the extended plates instead of the normal ones. Then later the extended A and C (money doesn't grow even when waterized...) because so many dies now need these long plates.

I can't figure out the real length of those extended plates and I wonder if it is ok to use them with the normal A and C plates, in term of balance and without removing the paper from the die before it goes through the machine.
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I need to replace my B plates before they break. I'm thinking of buying the extended plates instead of the normal ones. Then later the extended A and C (money doesn't grow even when waterized...) because so many dies now need these long plates.

I can't figure out the real length of those extended plates and I wonder if it is ok to use them with the normal A and C plates, in term of balance and without removing the paper from the die before it goes through the machine.
I didn't want to invest in the extended plates, so devised something that works for me using the regular size plates. I have some of the longer dies for borders, etc. like the ric rac die that is about 9" long. I just place it on my cardstock and run it through, then reposition the uncut portion of the paper and the die so it's on the plates, and run it through again. It takes an extra step, but works just fine for the longer dies.
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I need to replace my B plates before they break. I'm thinking of buying the extended plates instead of the normal ones. Then later the extended A and C (money doesn't grow even when waterized...) because so many dies now need these long plates.

I can't figure out the real length of those extended plates and I wonder if it is ok to use them with the normal A and C plates, in term of balance and without removing the paper from the die before it goes through the machine.
The extended plates are 13 inches long. They would probably work with your normal A & C plates, but I'd worry about warping them. Then you'll have problems with the dies not cutting. I've never tried to mix the plates when I've used the machine, so it may work just fine. And I'm far from an expert so hopefully someone who has been using a Cuttlebug for years will have a better answer.
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HAs anyone had trouble with some of the dies not cutting through completely? Mine have all worked but I have heard of others that didn't . Could it be where the die is placed?
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Yes I use Tim Holtz in mine but be careful of the dimensions some are too wide
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I use a TH die in mine but have to run the bug back and forth a couple of times to get it to cut good usually.
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They all work wonderfully.
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I have TH Tattered Florans and Elegant Flourishes and they work beautifully, I do sometimes use one shim if cutting lighter paper.
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I sell Cuttlebug embossing folders and I have lots of them. Remember that the Sizzix Textured Impressions Embossing Folders also work in your Cuttlebug. Other folders that are amazing are the Crafts Concepts, Crafts couture and Darice folders
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Some dies are defective. I have ran across this with both Spellbinders and Sizzix dies. Many of my customers either return them to me or they call the company direct and the companies are very good about replacing them
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HAs anyone had trouble with some of the dies not cutting through completely? Mine have all worked but I have heard of others that didn't . Could it be where the die is placed?
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I always feel like I'm the last person to figure things out, but, With a die like THIS one, how do you get the 1000 or so hearts in place without individually gluing each one?
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You ust the piece with the hearts punched out like this: Selma's Stamping Corner: Heartfelt Thanks

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I always feel like I'm the last person to figure things out, but, With a die like THIS one, how do you get the 1000 or so hearts in place without individually gluing each one?
You could very carefully lay a piece of vinyl or repostionable tape or transfer tape over the (die) cut paper .... remove the die and the "positive" part and then transfer the hearts to the cardstock (or whatever background) of your choice. Take a look at how folks who cut out letters with digital cutters transfer the words from the cutting sheet to their final destination. It may take some practice - but it's do-able. I've thought about using vinyl with some of the intricate butterfly dies I have. I hate to throw away the pieces! Oh! and I often apply the glue before I cut - by using adhesive paper or running paper through a Zyron before cutting. By the way - the previous poster has it right imho - but there are always things outside the box!
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Thank You ladies. I knew there must be a sticky solution that I had not yet tried.
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Marilyn......I am having the same problem in my CB. I've just ordered the Cheery lynn Cuttle"hug" metal divider from atjoansgardens.com and hoping it works. Heard good things about it.
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FYI: I went to Joanns the other day and I was looking at their cuttlebug embossing folders they had on sale and clearance. I purchased some and when they rung up it showed that they are clearanceing them out for .99 cents on march 11.
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I have all the Cuttlebug alphabets but want a larger alpha die set. I see there is a Serif Essentials Bigz 655128 out there. Does anyone know if that would cut in my Bug?
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That is exactly what I want too Jan R. I only have the Bug so I need one that will go thru it.
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Yes it will. And so will this one: Sizzix Bigz XL Alphabet Die - Word Play | Sizzix.com
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