Spellbinders - Shapeabilities Collection - Die Cutting and Embossing Templates - Expandable Patterns - Fancy Lattice

Spellbinders - Shapeabilities Collection - Die Cutting and Embossing Templates - Expandable Patterns - Fancy Lattice


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The Fancy Lattice Die-Cutting and Embossing Die by Spellbinders is from the Shapeabilities Expandable Patterns Collection. Cut, emboss or stencil a contemporary lattice design in any size you need. The approximate die size is 4" x 6".


SKU: pp-sr-s5152 UPC: 879216017573

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  • I have an old Zip-E-Mate die cutter, and I'm wondering if this lattice die is compatible. I have a variety of cutting plates in different thicknesses, so I am able to use many different brands of dies. However, I have not yet purchased any Spellbinders. Do you know if it will work? Thanks!   By: Croisdaidh (28-Mar-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I don't see why it wouldn't work if you play around and get your sandwich thickness correct. I just googled the Zip-E-Mate and it seems to be similar to all the other die cut machines. Just roller wheels that squeeze two platforms together to make a die cut through a variety of materials. The only way you might run in to trouble is if your platform isn't wide enough so double check your measurements with each die you buy. By: 123_Tamara (29-Mar-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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