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CofCin93 Offline
#1 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:08:48 PM(UTC)

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I have a Cricut cake and thought that since it uses the cartridges just like the other machines, it should be able to work with cardstock and other materials besides edibles. Has anyone used it with anything other than edibles? If so, which other machine would it most closely resemble? Thanks
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:29:00 PM(UTC)

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Which size Cricut Cake do you have?

One uses a 6 x 12 mat and the bigger one uses a 12 x 12 mat.

The smaller Cricut Cake is like the original baby bug and the bigger Cricut Cake is just like the original Cricut Expression.

The Cricut cake are made with food safe parts and should only be used with food or only with paper but not both.

Several mb members bought the bigger Cricut Cake when it was clearanced several years ago to use with paper only.

You will need a new housing that holds the blade. The housing for the regular Cricuts has different settings.

And also new mats made to hold paper.

Also the Cricut Cake cartridges work great in all the machines. And all the cartridges except the ones for the Imagine work great in the Cricut Cake.

Here are more answers to some of your questions:


Edited by user Wednesday, May 22, 2013 11:37:31 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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