|Shape Cutting Dies and Equipment|
Accucut machines will cut multiple crisp copies and can be used with heavier card stock and craft foam, although you may not be able to get as many copies per cut.
Use your imaginations and think of new ways these dies may be used: flannelboard pieces, gifts, fundraising publicity, library promotional bookmarks, program handouts, personnel awards, bulletin board displays, library directional signs...the possibilities are limitless.
Die shapes listed below are available from Mid-Hudson. Generally, the cutout size will be 4-5" (does not include Jumbo and Mini). If exact size is critical to your project, please contact email@example.com to borrow the diecut binder. Now you can see what the shapes will look like before you borrow all of the dies and that heavy machine! You can also copy and paste the name of the die into the Search box on the AccuCut site.
Borrowing Information: Materials may be borrowed only by MHLS member libraries for library programs. To order send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org listing what you would like to borrow, the date you wish to use it and the MHLS member library to which it should be sent. Shipping Procedure: All materials that cannot fit in the delivery bins must have this completed form attached to the outside. Items will not be picked up without the form.
Sea shell #1
Ship, Pilgrim (Galleon)
Skeleton - (Jumbo) (3 Die Set)
Star 3-D (Jumbo)
Statue of Liberty (Jumbo)
Strawberry (Similar shape, no markings)
Sun with Happy Face
Tank Car (Train Set) (Jumbo)
Teddy bear #1C
Train Set (Box Car, Caboose, Coal Car, Locomotive, Tank Car) Jumbo
Treasure Chest (Jumbo)
Treasure Chest (3D) (Jumbo)
Treble Clef (Jumbo)
Tree, no leaves
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