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Topic: Need help with "Magic Punch" (punching art metals on fabric, please see details)  (Read 567 times)
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« on: October 22, 2007 05:23:12 PM »

I can't really figure it out how to use it, I read the instruction already.

Anyone know how? Where can I find more details instruction online?

P.S. It's a good deal, just $4.99

We see the throns of the others, but we cannot see the log of timber in our eyes.
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« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2007 06:32:04 PM »

I have this, my mom bought it for me for christmas. I couldn't begin to tell you why. ANYWAY. I'm away at school, but if you don't get an answer before the weekend I can try to take pictures to show you how to do it.

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« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2007 06:38:55 PM »

it looks exactly like the one i have, tell me what you're having problems with exactly and i bet i can help.

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« Reply #3 on: October 22, 2007 09:44:07 PM »

okay, there are 4 circles, but 5 differ size of punch.

There is a print on that metal plate "20/60", so the circle on the left is 20 and the circle on the right is 60?

The circle beside 60 (left hand side of 60) is 40?

so in conclusion, #30,#34 are using the same circle?

I kind of worry if I did sth wrong I would break it or sth.


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« Reply #4 on: October 22, 2007 10:07:32 PM »

okay, the model that i have, 20 and 60 are the same spot on the bending tray.  the little rotating silver part on the bottom of the "stapler", i'm not certain if the other number labels are to the left or right of the approp. little tray spot.

each tray number, should correspond with a number on the little punch things, the white or clear things with the springs that are removable.

each number should also correspond with a size of jewel or stud that you are trying to place.


if you want to use a stud that has #20 on it, spin the silver tray to 20/60, find the size 20 place spring holder thing and insert in the "stapler" arm, carefully put the stud in the #20 holder, get the fabric and staple away!

the small handle thing with the detached silver bending plate thing, is like another stapler, which is really good for hard to reach areas.  it works the exact same way, but instead of having four different bending spot areas, it has one that everyone shares.

hope that this helps.

oh! and if you use the wrong spot on the little silver dial bending tray thing, i've found the worst that should happen is the studs don't bend properly.

happy crafting, let me know if you need something more.

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