Recently we have had a lot of customers who want to die cut but don’t have a press. They want to have the ability to do short run die cutting without spending lots of money on a press. The solution-AccuCut GrandeMark roller die cutter, for around $300-$400 you can be die cutting. My daughter is a school teacher and I purchased an AccuCut for her. I was very impressed with the quality of the press. I built her a complete alphabet and number set with several font styles and lots of other shapes. She loves it an it is very easy to use. It weighs about 40 pounds and is very portable. It is a great press for teachers & crafters but can also be a great tool for small business.
The press is very easy to use for blank stock. Place the paper on top of die and cover with the protective plastic sheet and crank the handle. You can even cut with multiple dies at the same time. But what if you are trying to die cut a printed stock? By using retractable pins or rubber blocks you can register the diecut to print.
These presses are great for letterpress shops and wedding planners. They are also perfect for small print shops–offfset and digital. They are perfect for scalloped invitations and envelope liners. Check out some videos on our website www.graphicdies.com or call Rod at 770-458-7528