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JudyRedner Offline
#1 Posted : Thursday, February 03, 2011 9:38:08 AM(UTC)

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I have one of the older cricut's. How do I duplicate cut on this machine to cut through heavier materials? (not repeat but cut in the same spot)Using higher pressure and no. 6 doesn't always work.
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If it's the Cricut Personal there is no multi-cut.

But you can get the blade to go back to the original position so you can cut again. (Provided you didn't move your blade to a different spot on the mat to start with).

Do your first cut, the press LOAD PAPER. (NOT unload paper)

The blade will return to its original spot and you can press repeat last.
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#3 Posted : Monday, February 07, 2011 3:07:46 PM(UTC)

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Before I got my E, I did a pictorial on how to do exactly that! You can see it here.

I hope that helps!!
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