How To Use Scoring Stylus With Cricut Maker. While still pressing remove the tip. So i decided to try out my cricut scoring stylus with the same silhouette foil transfer sheets from last week, and here are my results… foiling on 100lb cardstock with the cricut stylus
Includes one scoring stylus for use with cricut explore and maker. You can still use the stylus in both the maker and explore models. Open clamp a and insert the scoring stylus with its metal tip down (the arrow on the accessory also points down, giving you a direction hint).
Table of Contents
Includes One Scoring Stylus For Use With Cricut Explore And Maker.
The scoring wheel can only be used on the cricut maker. Cricut scoring wheel tools were designed especially for cricut maker. To use the scoring tool with the cricut explore one, you need the accessory adapter.
When The Paper Is Scored And Cut, Fold Your Paper Along All Of Your Score Lines.
In cricut design space, when the software calls for the scoring wheel, just click “edit tools” and select the stylus instead. A lot cheaper (~$10) my recommendation is that if you can afford and use the scoring wheel, definitely get that. With the ability to use up to 10x more pressure than the scoring stylus, these two new tools — scoring wheel and double scoring wheel — create crisp creases in thick and thin materials to make perfect, effortless folds.
When You Send The Project To The Cricut Maker, You’ll Place The Scoring Wheel In Clamp B, Score The Project, Getting Crisp Creases With Just One Pass, Then Switch To The Fine Point.
The only thing is, i can’t use the foil transfer tool with the app, again super frustrating. You can still use the stylus in both the maker and explore models. To swap out the single scoring wheel and the double scoring wheel, push the plunger on the top of the scoring wheel housing change between the two.
It Applies 10X More Pressure Than The Stylus Which Creates More Crisp Lines.
Last year, cricut announced the latest and greatest tool for the cricut maker. Includes one scoring stylus for use with cricut explore and maker. If you’re using the scoring stylus you can load it in clamp a and keep the fine point blade loaded in clamp b.
The Scoring Stylus Lets You Use Your Cricut Explore® Machine To Score Fold Lines For Cards And Envelopes, Boxes, 3D Projects, And More.
Close the clamp and you’re ready to go! Look at the following photos and then, let’s chat how do it step by step. Single tip which works with fewer materials that the scoring wheel.