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The question that has been burning us all is, Can you cut acrylic sheets with Cricut cutting machine? You absolutely can with the Cricut Maker and the Knife Blade.
Let me tell you why my Cricut Maker makes me so happy!
I got my first Cricut forever ago. All I was doing back then is making scrapbooks.
Even at its petite 6-inch size, it was a game-changer and I fell in love! Over the years this machine has evolved so dang much!
I mean my first machine there was no way really to make and upload your own designs! You always had to use a cartridge. I really enjoy the freedom of being able to make my own and upload to use with my machine.
Also back then all I could cut pretty much is paper, the Cricut Maker cuts hundreds of materials and virtually any fabric even delicate fabrics! And have you seen the other blades?!
All the blades that the Cricut Maker uses:
- Rotary Blade | They offer a rotary blade that will cut through fabric that is unbonded. That means you don’t need a stabilizer as the Explore machines require.
- Scoring Wheel | This is a nice upgrade from the Scoring Stylus. Saves time and offers a clean scoring line.
- Knife Blade | You can use this to cut thicker leather and even items like balsa wood, which is incredible for crafting.
- Basic Perforation Blade | Creates perfect tear-offs and easy peel-aways using paper, cardstock, acetate, poster board, and more
- Wavy Blade | Quickly create a fun wavy edge on a variety of popular materials.
- Fine Debossing Tip | Customize projects with crisp, detailed debossed designs – no folders necessary (buh bye cuddle bug)
- Engraving Tip | Engrave unique and permanent designs on a variety of materials.
They are all super fun to use. I can easily switch between blades.
The design space software makes it so easy to make projects that look like a professional job! With tons of images and fonts, you can design like a pro. I really like using Design Space for making stickers.
Drawing and writing with the Maker is amazing! I enjoy using Infusible Ink Pens to make new and creative things.
And most of all I often forget to change out the blade when doing different projects. The maker is foolproof when its time to cut, because it will let you know once you have chosen your material when if you have the right tool or not.
How To Cut Acrylic Sheets For Keychains With Your Cricut Maker
I bet at this point, youre ready to hear about How To Cut Acrylic Sheets For Keychains With Your Cricut Maker. To cut acrylic you will need to have the knife blade but from there it’s like cake.
Just follow the instructions below. Or grab the project.