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Thread: 72" x 144" giant cutting self healing mat for $40.59

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    72" x 144" giant cutting self healing mat for $40.59

    Rhino cutting self healing table mats with grid sheets that are 4 ft. x 6 ft. are going for only $104.39. For a 4 ft. x 2 ft they are $40.59. You can buy a 35.8 x 71.7 Magic cutting mat for $136.45, which is unbelievable!! If you have the room for one of these, you can't beat these prices! This is their site: http://www.speedpress.com/products/2/1
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    I would love to see the quilters studio that has a 6 ft by 12 ft table.

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    Thanks for the heads up...

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    Would love to have one of these. My table is 4 ft. by 6ft. but has the well for my machine.

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    Many, many years ago my kids went in together and bought me a custom mat for my cutting table. They had to order a bigger size and have the company cut it down but it is so nice to have my whole table covered with a cutting surface. I rarely use the grid underneath, instead just use my rulers but I'm never searching for a cutting mat. Has lasted me for years. (15?) I did turn it when we moved and it is like brand new on the opposite end of where I always seem to land with my rotary cutter. Plus I can still flip it completely over if needed.
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    I have what looks like the Rhino mat and it is not self healing and is very hard on rotary cutters. I use an Olfa mat on top of it. I really only use the Rhino mat as a shield to the grid underneath.
    To be fair, I can't remember what company I bought mine from but it "looks" the same and they cut it to fit my needs. I have emailed speedpress this morning to ask them the difference in the Rhino mat and their Magic mat.

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    It looks great. I've bookmarked it for when I need a new mat. Thanks for the link.

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    you can make your own cutting table and add a place to iron as well.. then you can fit it to any size

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