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Old 05-12-2019, 09:58 AM   #1
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I inherited a huge book of those 2 inch square dies. I can’t tell how some need to be put together. Does anyone know of a source using these “old” stand-byes.
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Do you mean put together as in a cutting sandwich? They used to work with a Squeeze tool, that was basically like a huge pair of pliers. There were no cutting plates etc involved.
If you search on Pinterest or Google, you should find links to lots of peoples Cutting Sandwiches, which should tell you how to use the dies in other machines. I'd guess you'd use the wafer thin die sandwich, and possible shimming, as they are very thin.
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Do you mean put together as in a cutting sandwich? They used to work with a Squeeze tool, that was basically like a huge pair of pliers. There were no cutting plates etc involved.
If you search on Pinterest or Google, you should find links to lots of peoples Cutting Sandwiches, which should tell you how to use the dies in other machines. I'd guess you'd use the wafer thin die sandwich, and possible shimming, as they are very thin.
Thank you for your response. ❤️💕I know the sandwich. 👍I was talking about the images. I have only the dies that have parts. 😝 I found all but one house image of how to put together.😩😩 I just had to spell it correctly for Pinterest. 😜
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Have you tried to search with the die number? To be found on the little tabs on the dies...well, at least for Quickutz ones.
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