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Cutting Pads

Sage Kimble

I started using new, flat cutting pads when I got my Magnetic Platform, but they're already bowed so much that some framelits aren't held in place.
Is there any way to flatten them again?
Has anyone found a system to prevent this from happening?

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Re: SU!: Cutting Pads

Sara Levin

My cutting pads bow after a few uses and just turn them over and use them that way until they bow again.  Then it's time to flip.

I did get too invested in finishing a job to pay attention to the bowing and now a couple of my framelits are bowed.  That won't happen again.

Sara

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On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 8:48 PM, SUDSOL - Product Q&As [from Sage Kimble] <ml-node+s1100894n3230h22@n5.nabble.com> wrote:
I started using new, flat cutting pads when I got my Magnetic Platform, but they're already bowed so much that some framelits aren't held in place.
Is there any way to flatten them again?
Has anyone found a system to prevent this from happening?

Nurturing Creativity, One Stamp at a Time

Sage Kimble
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
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Re: SU!: Cutting Pads

Coleen Astalos
Try this video:

I tried embedding the video to see how it works in the new system. If it doesn't work, here is the link to the You Tube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JDjVHoQyFY
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Coleen Astalos
Cool!  I had to fiddle with the code, but once I got it right, the video now shows directly on the website.  Not sure what it looks like in the email since I didn't get it right the first time (and that's the one that gets distributed via email).  
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Coleen Astalos
Sorry for the extra post, but I really wanted to see if the video would show up in the email as well.
Try this video:

I tried embedding the video to see how it works in the new system. If it doesn't work, here is the link to the You Tube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JDjVHoQyFY
-Coleen
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Re: SU!: Cutting Pads

jennturoff
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This is a dual purpose response.  One to let you know that the first try showed up as techie language and the second try looked like it would have worked but it showed up as "blocked plug-in".

My second purpose is to see if this response gets sent to my email address or just shows up on the forum.
Jennifer Turoff
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Re: Cutting Pads

Shel Anderson
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this from google search:  


Holy cow!! This worked a treat!! I'm actually totally amazed at how well this worked!!

I had a very bent and scared Cuttlebug "B" plate, I wrapped it in foil and put it in a flat Pyrex dish, then put another heavy flat oven dish on top, then another just for good measure and weight.

Then I put the whole lot in the oven at 170 for about 20-30 mins. When it came out, it was totally flat and not only was it flat, but all the tiny shards of paper from all the die cutting that was caught in the scars has wiped off and the scars have nearly all but disappeared!

It looks just like a new B plate!!