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wendyrn1db971480 Offline
#1 Posted : Sunday, November 25, 2012 1:39:43 PM(UTC)

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I just got my early christmas present! I was wondering if anyone has tried using aluminium in their machine. I have the expressions2. Please let me know what settings you used. I am nervous about messing up the machine. Thank you...
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I have seen others post that they have used very thin aluminum like on coke cans, but I have never tried it. Go to YouTube & type that in as a search & see what you come up with.
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I have cut Christmas tree ornaments and cards/albums out of aluminum cans in my big shots with a steel cut die, but NOT in the cricut. There is a product that you can buy that is real metal that you can cut in your cricut. Here's a video. She gives blade depth and pressure and really good instructions on how to use the product.


You can get the glue foil here: http://www.streuter.com/...p;Itemid=53&TreeId=1


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