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Post by Jennifer Hodge on Thu Nov 13, 2008 5:42 pm



Have you seen this?

SLICE™ Cordless Design Cutter
Making Memories' new patent-pending SLICE™ is the first cordless digital design cutter.


First portable cordless design cutter
Making Memories SLICE™ Kit includes: SLICE™ machine, basic shapes 1 design card, 6" x 6" glass cutting mat, 5 blades, blade replacement tool, repositionable tacky adhesive and a power cord
Measures less than 5 inches square
Weighs less than 2 pounds
Simple interface and easy to read graphics window
Select from hundreds of high-style images and instantly convert them into die-cuts ranging between 1" and 4" tall
Cuts textured cardstock, vellum, vinyl, acetate and photos up to .5 mm thick
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Post by Holly on Thu Nov 13, 2008 5:50 pm

I saw it online when they released it! Looks kind of neat, but I don't need anymore cutters!

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Post by Jennifer Hodge on Thu Nov 13, 2008 6:19 pm

I know how many cutters do we need? OK Ok if I had my way and room I would have them all! But i am looking into getting a different place....one with my own bedroom and room for my stuff! Maybe I can get a little organized.

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Post by Holly on Thu Nov 13, 2008 6:30 pm

I use to be in the Kitchen.....now I am in a shed in our back yard totally away form the house and all the activity...I love it is all in one hidden (from company) place...but I miss the opportunity to scrap at midnight if I can't sleep!

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Post by Jennifer Hodge on Thu Nov 13, 2008 6:35 pm

I am in the living room, dining room, in the hallway....I have no other space except the kids bedrooms.....

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Post by Robin on Thu Nov 13, 2008 8:43 pm

I saw this a while back on the MM blog... looks really cool, but with my cricut, I can't see that it would do anything different... except maybe be more portable. I think I haven enough cutting systems for now... but if one showed up at my door or under my Christmas tree, I certainly wouldn't turn it away! lol!
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Post by hippy_chick on Thu Nov 13, 2008 9:18 pm

Its cool ive seen it, my space is in my bedroom too becoz i live in a tiny cottage type house.

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