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Author Topic: Using a Paper/Fabric cutting machine to prep metal clay  (Read 94 times)

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Using a Paper/Fabric cutting machine to prep metal clay
« on: April 29, 2019, 09:12:54 AM »

I've been doing some research into metal clay resources to price out what starting in this area would be.  Came across a really interesting (newish) development: using a Silhouette Curio or Cricut machine to cut thin sheets of dried metal clay to create intricate designs.  Both the machine types can use computer designs, and images, as a guide to cutting (which really interested me:  makes it easier to develop new patterns).  And the newest Curio also does some basic engraving/embossing functions. 
If you are interested check it out:  https://www.metalclayacademy.com/advanced-metal-clay-information-videos/video-tutorials-for-using-the-silhouette-cutting-machine-with-metal-clay/
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