The Cricut Maker is the most versatile machine in the studio. It can cut a wide array of materials like cardstock, fabric, vinyl, chipboard, and craft foam. It can also score, etch, deboss, perforate, and letter. As long as you have the right tool for the job, the Cricut Maker can do it. With it’s adaptive tool system it will even automatically adjust the cutting settings based on the material you’re using for you. This tool is perfect for the crafter in a rush as it’s easy to setup, select a design, and cut, saving you hours of manual work. Designs can be purchased from the Cricut Maker Space (software) or made by you. Just bring in your own blade, cutting mat, and materials and you will be ready to go!
What You’ll Need
The Cricut Maker requires the following:
- Blade Housing
- Cutting Mat
- Cricut Design Space Software
- Material to be cut
- A Design
The Cricut Maker is the most versatile piece of equipment in the studio. It can cut, engrave, deboss, and draw. To see a full list of what it can do, visit https://cricut.com/cricut-maker. Crafters are responsible for bringing all of their own supplies to be used with this machine. The library does not provide cutting mats, blades, or blade housing. Please see the recommended materials lists for materials that are compatible with our equipment.
Library users will be responsible for supplying their own blade housing units, blades, mats, cutting materials, and accessories to use with the Cricut Maker. The studio will not supply and will not sell these supplies.
Reserve the Cricut Maker. Please note:
- Customers are permitted one 120-minute session per day.
- Reservations can be made up to 2 weeks in advance.