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nicoleb9cece67 Offline
#1 Posted : Tuesday, May 07, 2013 3:56:00 PM(UTC)

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Hi all, I am launching a line of wedding invitations that I would like to offer in die cut shapes. My minimum order will be 20 pieces, however a job could go up to 200 pieces.

Will a Cricut Expressions 2 be able to handle jobs like this on a regular basis? The invitations will be printed on thick card stock.

Any yays or nays would be much appreciated!
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, May 07, 2013 4:25:43 PM(UTC)

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You cannot design your own shapes to cut with any Cricut machine. You will need to purchase already designed Cricut shapes.

If you want to design your own shapes to cut, you will need to purchase a different brand of machine.

I suggest that you do some research. Go to Cricut.com and search the cartridges available to see what kind of designs you will have available for purchase.

You also will not be able to do print and cut. There are other machines that do that, but not the Cricut machines available to purchase.

Here's a website that reviews die cutting machines: http://die-cutting-machi...eview.toptenreviews.com/

I have the cricut minim, which is a great little machine and only uses Cricut cartridges to cut shapes...no designing of my own. I also have the silhouette cameo which does print and cut and is a great machine.

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