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Thread: GO Dies in AccuCut GrandMark2

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    GO Dies in AccuCut GrandMark2

    I have the Grandmark2 and want to use a Go Die in it. I have tried various shims, but can't seem to get the right combo.

    Has anyone had success??

    Thanks
    Laurie

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    I checked the websites for Accucut - it states that you can use the Accuquilt Studio dies in it. So I then checked the Accuquilt website and it had an adapter to use your Go dies in the Accuquilt Studio cutter. If you don't get a response that you need, you might want to buy the adapter from Accuquilt.

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    Check this chart for compatibility.

    http://lovebugstudios.com/die-compatibility/

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    Just to verify. You have an Accucut GrandeMark2. This one folds up and uses cutting plastics. If so, this is the same unit as the Accuquilt Studio 2 cutter, but with different decals. If this is the case, just buy the Go! adaptors from Accuquilt:
    https://www.accuquilt.com/accessorie...-adaptors.html
    If you have an older Accucut Mark 2-3 or 4 machine. These machines cut directly into the roller. They don't use cutting plastics. My cousin has one and what we've found works is don't use the tray, cut a piece of 1/4" plywood, a Go die and a Studio/GrandeMark cutting plastic.
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