AccuCut Die Cutting Machines

Die cutting refers to the process in which you use a machine and a die to cut out multiples of the same shape. Think of the die as a cookie cutter. You can create the same shape over and over out of multiple materials without using scissors, a craft knife or any other means to cut them out. Simply place your paper on the die, cover with the appropriate mat, and crank the handle to push the die through the machine. The Alliance Public Library offers access to two AccuCut Machines and many useful dies.

The edges of each die’s cutting blade are embedded in soft and durable foam; however, caution should be used and the foam and blades should never be pressed down upon. Fingers and any other materials should be kept away from the steel rollers to prevent injury or damage to the machine.

Click here for a complete catalog of currently available AccuCut dies.

Click here, or see below, for more information on using AccuCut including helpful tips. 

AccuCut GrandeMark 2

The brand-new AccuCut GrandeMARK 2 Die-Cutting Machine uses commercial steel-rule dies to cut through cardstock, chipboard, fabric and more with ease. As AccuCut’s largest die-cutting machine, the GrandeMARK 2 fits up to giant-size dies with shapes up to 14” x 17”.

The GrandeMARK 2 is a durable hand-operated machine that will last for many years and is the only AccuCut machine recommended for making precise shapes like note cards, bags and boxes.


Click here for more information on the AccuCut GrandeMark 2 use, maintenance, and die compatibility.

Original AccuCut Machine

The original AccuCut Machine can accommodate paper up to 12 inches wide.

Click here for more information on the AccuCut Mark 5 use, maintenance and die compatibility.

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