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Your die cutting experience just got bigger with the Gemini Pro Machine with 12" x 12" Platform by Crafter's Companion! Just think of the potential you will have with this large cutting platform, it's perfect for large jobs and batch making. You can also cut all elements, mats, and layers for your smaller projects too and the best part is that you can do it all in one pass! Cut through materials such as leather, fabric, craft metal, cardstock, chipboard, and so much more. The machine has been engineered to give fantastic edge-to-edge cutting of up to 12" x 18".
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This Gemini Pro is exactly that! Made for a PRO! This machine is large and extremely heavy. In comparison to other electronic die cutting machines I use, I feel it is a bit loud. The clean slim design is good because it requires a significant amount of counter space and you won't be moving it around due to the weight. For my card making, I feel I over-purchased with this machine, however I intend to use it and enjoy! I love the idea of a 12x12 cutter, I just don't know how necessary it is for most of us crafters with stamps and dies.
I purchased this machine June 28, 2022. I did not receive it till around the 2nd week of August. Any way. it weighs 53 lbs and it was hard for even my husband to get a good hold on it to unbox it. Got it all set up in my new craft room, ready to go, and remembered I needed to register it. Well, hubby was at work, so I made the bad mistake of thinking I could easily turn it up a little and get the s/n. I was oh so careful, but as I was lifting it up, I thought I heard a funny noise but did not notice anything when I finally got it lifted up enough to get the s/n off the bottom. I took a little break, and when I came back into the room, I noticed it had come apart on top of the machine where the seam is that holds it together. Needless to say, I am heart sick over this, and I am afraid I have ruined a brand-new machine that cost me $349 plus $51 shipping to my home. My husband unscrewed the two screws that was holding it together on that side, and we did get it closed back up pretty well, but I tried running a few discs through and it split back open again plus making a really loud noise. I just decided I have more than likely ruined my beautiful machine. May be on future machines that weigh so much, Crafters Companion might re-think placing the s/n number someplace other than the bottom. I have 2 emails into them asking about repairs, but so far, they have not gotten back with me yet. I'm heartbroken!
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