|Model||Studio Fabric Cutter|
|Dimensions||24 3/4"w x 30 1/4"l x 8 3/4"h (63 cm x 77 cm x 22 cm)|
|Weight in lbs.||55|
|Fabric Layers Cut||Up to 10 layers of cotton fabric at a time|
|Number of Compatible Dies||Over 350 dies|
|Warranty||Limited Three Year Warranty|
Features and Benefits:
Lay die flat inside tray with FOAM
SIDE UP. Place fabric on top of
die. If desired, fan fold fabric to
cut multiple layers. Check
orientation of fabric for cutting
non-symmetrical shapes. Place
cutting plastic on top of fabric.
Storage: Store Studio dies in AccuQuilt die storage cases or storage racks.
Studio Fabric Chart: Chart below is the recommend number of fabric layers; actual number of fabric layers will vary depending on fabric type and thickness.
|Cotton with Fusible Web||4-6|
Care & Maintenance: Cutter For best results, always keep your Studio cutter clean and lint free. To clean the cutter inside and out, use a soft dry cloth. Avoid abrasives, solvents and spray cleaners. If necessary, wipe with a damp cloth, then polish with a dry cloth. Use canned air to clear lint from roller area. The steel roller never needs replacing and withstands years of die cutting use. Please note: Some assembly is required when first setting up your Studio Fabric Cutter.
Care & Maintenance: Dies Use adhesive roller to clean lint and thread from dies. After each use, with the die pick provided with the cutter, remove any threads imbedded between blades and foam. It's normal for threads to get caught where blades meet in a die. Remove with tweezers or die pick. Die blades never need to be sharpened.
Warranty: AccuQuilt Studio Fabric Cutters have a three (3) year guarantee. If you experience any defects in material or workmanship, simply notify AccuQuilt and we will repair or replace the cutter at no charge. All cutter die trays and cutting plastic are consumable parts and are not covered by the warranty. Replace trays annually depending on use. All Studio dies are guaranteed for one year.
Easy to use. Saves so much time.
(Posted on 11/20/13)
I sew for a living and this is a new piece of equipment to add to my collection.
(Posted on 11/6/13)
I have used a friends cutter for a long time and I now have my very own! Love it! It takes the hassle out of cutting a quilt pattern. Great to have. I really enjoy this cutter.
(Posted on 11/1/13)
I just received the Accuquilt Studio and just love it! It is so easy to use and I have tons of perfectly cut pieces in seconds. I am so glad I finally purchased one! So if you're debating on getting one, just do it. You'll be glad you did!
(Posted on 10/2/13)
I own this fabric cutter for almost 2 years now. I use this fabric cutter almost everyday. It helps to cut down my charm pack cutting time so much!!! It is so easy to cut, even my dad can help me to cut the charm pack when I have too many charm pack orders pending. Thanks a bunch!!!
(Posted on 9/9/13)
I love the studio cutter - it makes quilting so much faster and the cutting is accurate. Especially when doing circles!
(Posted on 7/2/13)
I have had my studio cutter for several years and have enjoyed using it. However, when the Go adapter was released, it opened up a new world for me! Now that I'm not limited to just Studio or Go Dies, I'm loving it even more. If considering whether to buy the Studio cutter or the Go, get the Studio Cutter! You will open up more possibilities when it comes to purchasing dies!!!!
(Posted on 7/1/13)
What a great product. I have Go babies, and Go's but the studio is my main "go to" machine. I usually do not even get the small ones out. This one cranks sew easy and is always set up and ready to cut. I have a designated Accuquilt department in my sewing room.
I teach children and adults how to sew, and they love using Go baby and Go
(Posted on 6/26/13)
It is amazing on how fast you can cut out your pieces for your quilt. With my arthritis and Fibromyalgia it is a blessing.
(Posted on 6/18/13)
Just got my sewing studio done. And was able to try my studio cutter. Wow what a difference it makes on cutting. Only problem now is I have to purschas more dies. WHAT a shame. Quilting has never been so easy.
(Posted on 4/20/13)