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Nola Burkhard
Hi Stampers:

Hoping to get some good advice here. I have used the Adriondack chair die a lot. I always seem to have to take a hatpin to the die after running it through the BS to losen all the tiny dots from the chair.  I have run it through with a dryer sheet and although it helps, it still requires the hatpin.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks, Nola
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Re: SU!: Help with Die

Barbara Felece

Hi!

There a are a couple solutions. Use the new platform with the thin die adapter and run it through a couple times. If you don’t have that, whatever platform you have run it through more than once. Use the big shot die brush to get out all the small pieces. 
I have this die also and this is how I use it with a minimum of poking out small pieces.

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Hi Stampers:

Hoping to get some good advice here. I have used the Adriondack chair die a lot. I always seem to have to take a hatpin to the die after running it through the BS to losen all the tiny dots from the chair.  I have run it through with a dryer sheet and although it helps, it still requires the hatpin.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks, Nola

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Re: SU!: Help with Die

Nola Burkhard

I’ve never heard of a thin die adapter.
Can you send me a photo of it?
Thanks, nola

Sent from my iPhone

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Hi!

There a are a couple solutions. Use the new platform with the thin die adapter and run it through a couple times. If you don’t have that, whatever platform you have run it through more than once. Use the big shot die brush to get out all the small pieces. 
I have this die also and this is how I use it with a minimum of poking out small pieces.

Sent from my iPhone

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Hi Stampers:

Hoping to get some good advice here. I have used the Adriondack chair die a lot. I always seem to have to take a hatpin to the die after running it through the BS to losen all the tiny dots from the chair.  I have run it through with a dryer sheet and although it helps, it still requires the hatpin.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks, Nola

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Re: SU!: Help with Die

Carol Hodson

Try running it through several times with wax paper on top of your card stock then the die then a brand new cutting plate on top and bottom. If the tiny pieces are still sticking to the inside of the die (even after running it through forwards and backwards several times) then add a piece of card stock as a shim underneath the bottom plate directly onto your magnetic platform or whatever you’re using as your “sandwich”. I don’t have problems cutting out framelits however the more intricate dies (thinlits) can’t stick even if you have used them many many times and the amount of wax in the wax paper Is just right to recondition them!  Hope that helps 👍

Carol Hodson
Washington State


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I’ve never heard of a thin die adapter.
Can you send me a photo of it?
Thanks, nola

Sent from my iPhone

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Hi!

There a are a couple solutions. Use the new platform with the thin die adapter and run it through a couple times. If you don’t have that, whatever platform you have run it through more than once. Use the big shot die brush to get out all the small pieces. 
I have this die also and this is how I use it with a minimum of poking out small pieces.

Sent from my iPhone

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Hi Stampers:

Hoping to get some good advice here. I have used the Adriondack chair die a lot. I always seem to have to take a hatpin to the die after running it through the BS to losen all the tiny dots from the chair.  I have run it through with a dryer sheet and although it helps, it still requires the hatpin.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks, Nola

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RE: SU!: Help with Die

Cathy Hansen

Someone told me recently that some “expert” somewhere said waxed paper (usually my go-to solution for getting card stock to loosen from intricate dies) could eventually dull the thin metal dies.  She suggested using shopping bags (the kind they package your stuff in at grocery stores, dollar stores, etc.) in place of waxed paper between the die and the card stock/paper.  It worked great!  The paper practically fell out of the die I was having trouble with.  The only nuisance is that the shape cut from the bag gets really static-y and wants to cling to everything!

 

Worth a try . . . ?

 

Cathy Hansen

 

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Try running it through several times with wax paper on top of your card stock then the die then a brand new cutting plate on top and bottom. If the tiny pieces are still sticking to the inside of the die (even after running it through forwards and backwards several times) then add a piece of card stock as a shim underneath the bottom plate directly onto your magnetic platform or whatever you’re using as your “sandwich”. I don’t have problems cutting out framelits however the more intricate dies (thinlits) can’t stick even if you have used them many many times and the amount of wax in the wax paper Is just right to recondition them!  Hope that helps 👍

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

Sent from my iPhone 📱


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I’ve never heard of a thin die adapter.

Can you send me a photo of it?

Thanks, nola

Sent from my iPhone


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Hi!

 

There a are a couple solutions. Use the new platform with the thin die adapter and run it through a couple times. If you don’t have that, whatever platform you have run it through more than once. Use the big shot die brush to get out all the small pieces. 

I have this die also and this is how I use it with a minimum of poking out small pieces.

Sent from my iPhone


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Hi Stampers:

Hoping to get some good advice here. I have used the Adriondack chair die a lot. I always seem to have to take a hatpin to the die after running it through the BS to losen all the tiny dots from the chair.  I have run it through with a dryer sheet and although it helps, it still requires the hatpin.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks, Nola


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Re: SU!: Help with Die

Mary Costello

When I open a new pkg of DSP I cut the seams off of the 3 sides and cut off the sticky flap on top of the clear packaging. Then I cut it into approximately 4x6 pieces (and toss the piece with the label on it). I then save these pieces to place between my cardstock and the intricate die. It works like the plastic bag technique but is a good way to make use of my many DSP clear packages. Still have to poke some pieces occasionally but nothing ever sticks in the die.

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Someone told me recently that some “expert” somewhere said waxed paper (usually my go-to solution for getting card stock to loosen from intricate dies) could eventually dull the thin metal dies.  She suggested using shopping bags (the kind they package your stuff in at grocery stores, dollar stores, etc.) in place of waxed paper between the die and the card stock/paper.  It worked great!  The paper practically fell out of the die I was having trouble with.  The only nuisance is that the shape cut from the bag gets really static-y and wants to cling to everything!

 

Worth a try . . . ?

 

Cathy Hansen

 

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Try running it through several times with wax paper on top of your card stock then the die then a brand new cutting plate on top and bottom. If the tiny pieces are still sticking to the inside of the die (even after running it through forwards and backwards several times) then add a piece of card stock as a shim underneath the bottom plate directly onto your magnetic platform or whatever you’re using as your “sandwich”. I don’t have problems cutting out framelits however the more intricate dies (thinlits) can’t stick even if you have used them many many times and the amount of wax in the wax paper Is just right to recondition them!  Hope that helps 👍

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

Sent from my iPhone 📱


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I’ve never heard of a thin die adapter.

Can you send me a photo of it?

Thanks, nola

Sent from my iPhone


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Hi!

 

There a are a couple solutions. Use the new platform with the thin die adapter and run it through a couple times. If you don’t have that, whatever platform you have run it through more than once. Use the big shot die brush to get out all the small pieces. 

I have this die also and this is how I use it with a minimum of poking out small pieces.

Sent from my iPhone


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Hi Stampers:

Hoping to get some good advice here. I have used the Adriondack chair die a lot. I always seem to have to take a hatpin to the die after running it through the BS to losen all the tiny dots from the chair.  I have run it through with a dryer sheet and although it helps, it still requires the hatpin.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks, Nola


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Re: SU!: Help with Die

Barbara Felece
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It is part of the new platform for the big shot. It is in the catalog on page 209. Look at Big Shot Platform and you will see the bottom platform and the adapter for thin does. You use them both together for more intricate does. It works really well.

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I’ve never heard of a thin die adapter.
Can you send me a photo of it?
Thanks, nola

Sent from my iPhone

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Hi!

There a are a couple solutions. Use the new platform with the thin die adapter and run it through a couple times. If you don’t have that, whatever platform you have run it through more than once. Use the big shot die brush to get out all the small pieces. 
I have this die also and this is how I use it with a minimum of poking out small pieces.

Sent from my iPhone

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Hi Stampers:

Hoping to get some good advice here. I have used the Adriondack chair die a lot. I always seem to have to take a hatpin to the die after running it through the BS to losen all the tiny dots from the chair.  I have run it through with a dryer sheet and although it helps, it still requires the hatpin.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks, Nola

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Re: SU!: Help with Die

Carol Hodson
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Haven't tried that solution Cathy!



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Someone told me recently that some “expert” somewhere said waxed paper (usually my go-to solution for getting card stock to loosen from intricate dies) could eventually dull the thin metal dies.  She suggested using shopping bags (the kind they package your stuff in at grocery stores, dollar stores, etc.) in place of waxed paper between the die and the card stock/paper.  It worked great!  The paper practically fell out of the die I was having trouble with.  The only nuisance is that the shape cut from the bag gets really static-y and wants to cling to everything!

 

Worth a try . . . ?

 

Cathy Hansen

 

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Try running it through several times with wax paper on top of your card stock then the die then a brand new cutting plate on top and bottom. If the tiny pieces are still sticking to the inside of the die (even after running it through forwards and backwards several times) then add a piece of card stock as a shim underneath the bottom plate directly onto your magnetic platform or whatever you’re using as your “sandwich”. I don’t have problems cutting out framelits however the more intricate dies (thinlits) can’t stick even if you have used them many many times and the amount of wax in the wax paper Is just right to recondition them!  Hope that helps 👍

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

Sent from my iPhone 📱


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I’ve never heard of a thin die adapter.

Can you send me a photo of it?

Thanks, nola

Sent from my iPhone


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Hi!

 

There a are a couple solutions. Use the new platform with the thin die adapter and run it through a couple times. If you don’t have that, whatever platform you have run it through more than once. Use the big shot die brush to get out all the small pieces. 

I have this die also and this is how I use it with a minimum of poking out small pieces.

Sent from my iPhone


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Hi Stampers:

Hoping to get some good advice here. I have used the Adriondack chair die a lot. I always seem to have to take a hatpin to the die after running it through the BS to losen all the tiny dots from the chair.  I have run it through with a dryer sheet and although it helps, it still requires the hatpin.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks, Nola


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RE: SU!: Help with Die

Brenda Crawshaw
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I use parchment paper and it works like a CHARM!

 

 

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Someone told me recently that some “expert” somewhere said waxed paper (usually my go-to solution for getting card stock to loosen from intricate dies) could eventually dull the thin metal dies.  She suggested using shopping bags (the kind they package your stuff in at grocery stores, dollar stores, etc.) in place of waxed paper between the die and the card stock/paper.  It worked great!  The paper practically fell out of the die I was having trouble with.  The only nuisance is that the shape cut from the bag gets really static-y and wants to cling to everything!

 

Worth a try . . . ?

 

Cathy Hansen

 

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Try running it through several times with wax paper on top of your card stock then the die then a brand new cutting plate on top and bottom. If the tiny pieces are still sticking to the inside of the die (even after running it through forwards and backwards several times) then add a piece of card stock as a shim underneath the bottom plate directly onto your magnetic platform or whatever you’re using as your “sandwich”. I don’t have problems cutting out framelits however the more intricate dies (thinlits) can’t stick even if you have used them many many times and the amount of wax in the wax paper Is just right to recondition them!  Hope that helps 👍

 

Carol Hodson

Washington State

 

 

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I’ve never heard of a thin die adapter.

Can you send me a photo of it?

Thanks, nola

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Hi!

 

There a are a couple solutions. Use the new platform with the thin die adapter and run it through a couple times. If you don’t have that, whatever platform you have run it through more than once. Use the big shot die brush to get out all the small pieces. 

I have this die also and this is how I use it with a minimum of poking out small pieces.

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Hi Stampers:

Hoping to get some good advice here. I have used the Adriondack chair die a lot. I always seem to have to take a hatpin to the die after running it through the BS to losen all the tiny dots from the chair.  I have run it through with a dryer sheet and although it helps, it still requires the hatpin.

Any other suggestions?
Thanks, Nola


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