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Purple Cows 2-in-1 Combo 13" Craft Trimmer - 1040

Product Number: PC-1040
Product Weight: 6.1 lbs
Product Availability: In Stock
Manufacturer: Purple Cows
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In a life of a crafter, it's necessary to have the guillotine and rotary trimmer together or at least close by. Purple Cows 2-in-1 Combo 13" Craft Trimmer provides the heavy-duty cutting guillotine with the creative rotary trimmer.
  • Cut Length: 13"
  • Cut Type: Guillotine
  • Cut Capacity: 10 Sheets
  • Paper Clamp: No
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Purple Cows 2-in-1 Combo 13" Craft Trimmer - 1040

In a life of a crafter, it's necessary to have the guillotine and rotary trimmer together or at least close by. Purple Cows 2-in-1 Combo 13" Craft Trimmer provides the heavy-duty cutting guillotine with the creative rotary trimmer. The premium guillotine cutter is equipped with a safety blade that has no sharp edges, presenting a harmless and injury-free working environment. Don't let the smooth edges fool you; it is capable to cut up to 10 sheets of 24-pound paper at a time. No need to sharpen the blade, which means very little maintenance allowing more time in cutting. Rotary trimmer features an innovative click blade, creating a smooth and easy transition in-between blade. Explore your creative mind with 7 different click blades from straight and wave cut to deckle and colonial cut. It would be hard to trim or cut when the materials can't be locked down. Purple Cows ensure the wasted supplies will go down by incorporating the guide lock down, a fully secured mechanism for trimming. Bring out the Purple Cow in yourself with the Two-in-One Combo Trimmer. Don't just cut, craft with style, precision and confidence.

Product Details

  • Cutting capacity up to 10 sheets of 24 lb paper
  • 13" heavy-duty rotary and guillotine trimmer in one
  • Mesuring of 14-1/2" cutting surface, providing a spacious working environment
  • Guillotine trimmer features safety blades with no sharp edges
  • Safety guide to ensure documents are hold firmly while protecting any injuries
  • Rotary interchangeable click blades allows for quick and easy transition
  • Guillotine and Rotary Trimmer can be used as one unit or disconnect as separate stand-alone trimmers
  • 7 changeable click blades including: Straight, Perforating, Wave, Scoring, Long Wave, Deckle, Colonial

Item Specifications

  • Weight: 6 lbs
  • Dimensions: 21" x 14.8" x 4"
  • Model No: 1040
  • Primary UPC: 689076969093
Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Let’s look at Purple Cows’ Two-in-One paper trimmer, a personal guillotine and rotary paper trimmer all in one. Out of the box are three parts: both trimmers, and an ex... Read More

Welcome to MyBinding video. Let’s look at Purple Cows’ Two-in-One paper trimmer, a personal guillotine and rotary paper trimmer all in one. Out of the box are three parts: both trimmers, and an extra pack of rotary blades. The two trimmers snap side-by-side, just like this. Once snapped together, you can use either side. On the left is the rotary trimmer with extra blades. Total package comes with seven different blades. But we’ll get to that in a moment. The right-hand is the guillotine trimmer. The lock is done with a finger as you lift the blade. The lever arm goes up and then comes back down to make the slide, nice and smooth. It’s 14 inches, so it can handle many of the standard sized documents as well as working with smaller or personal items. Depending upon the need of your project, you can use either side interchangeably. Switching the rotary blades out is very simple. A simple twist, it pops right out, and you place the new one in. Seven different patterns are included in this package and they all pop in and out the same way. Different cuts include wave, scallop, pinking, Victorian, as well as perforating, scoring, and a straight cut. So all your crafting, decorative work can be done simple with one station. There it is, that’s the Purple Cows 2 in 1 personal trimmer. For more demos, reviews, and how-tos, check out MyBinding.com.

Transcript: This is a close look at the Purple Cows 2 in 1 Combo 13” Craft Trimmer!First we’ll go through the rolling trimmer side . On the bottom is a rotating measurement guide. We can see here it&r... Read More

This is a close look at the Purple Cows 2 in 1 Combo 13” Craft Trimmer!

First we’ll go through the rolling trimmer side . On the bottom is a rotating measurement guide. We can see here it’s held on by a screw and and spring.

Next, push the tabs on the side and you can remove the cutting pad and rotate it around, or swap it out for a new one. The stick is a little annoying to remove and put back in. Push the blade back down when you’re done.

You can store two extra blades on the trimmer itself.

To put the two pieces together, slip them together so they snap together. To detach them, flip it upside down and release the tabs and pull them apart.

The guillotine cutter has a clamp and safety shield to cut without worry. The blade locks and unlocks for further safety when not in use.

It has inch and centimeter measurements along with common paper sizes. And we’ll rotate it around to see the piece as a whole.

Transcript: How to cut cards with Purple Cows 1040 two-in-one combo trimmer. All right. We’re going to do the 1040 thing. We’re going to do some … cut some cards. First, I’m going to start with a 12” x ... Read More
How to cut cards with Purple Cows 1040 two-in-one combo trimmer. All right. We’re going to do the 1040 thing. We’re going to do some … cut some cards. First, I’m going to start with a 12” x 12” piece of card stock and … got a little rip right there. Let’s make a 4” x 6” card. So I’m going to come over here. I’m going to measure using the black measurements on this … at the top and at the bottom. So I’m going to measure over to 4” right there, pull down the press bar. And now, because it was already 12”, I need to make a score in the center to turn this into a card. So I’m going to switch out my quick blade for the scoring blade. The scoring blade has two lines. I’m going to put that in, then I’m just going to measure over 6” and I’m going to use the blue measurements right here. Now, it’s a little tricky because my paper doesn’t go that far so if I take a straight edge and I measure from the 6 right there, I can see that it lines up with this one and it also lines up with the 7” mark on the bottom. So I’m just going to scoot over to that 7” mark and that line, locking down my bar and I’m going to add a little bit of pressure and fold. Now, I’ve got this nice little score, just fold right along there and I’ve got a cute little 4” x 6” card. The next question I hear a lot is how do I measure on the rotary side when I’m trying to do decorative edges? So let’s try cutting a piece of card stock that’s going to fit on that card that we just made so let’s do 3” x 5”. And we want to add a cute edge so let’s switch out our quick blade. We’re going to take out the scoring blade and I’m going to put in a fancy blade. Let’s do … I think this is the Victorian blade 20809. So I’m going to click that in. Now, I’m going to take my piece of card stock and the first step is to get one edge that has the decorative edge so I can start measuring from that. I’m going to lock down the bar. I’ve lined this up with the edge of the cutting mat. This is going to take off almost an eighth of an inch. So I’ll just run that down there and I’ve got … put this on the measuring thing. I’ve got almost exactly an eighth of an inch. Now, I want a 3” x 5” piece so I’m going to swing my paper around and take off another edge so I have a corner to work with, locking it down, taking off that edge. All right. Now, comes the tricky part. It’s not really that tricky. It’s just … you have to get used to doing it this way. If I wanted to start with the 3” mark, I’m looking at my 3” marking right there and I’m going to line this up so that the edge of my decorative edge touches that 3” mark, making sure I’m square on the bottom, which is kind of tricky when you’ve got that cute edge but you can do it. So I’m going to cut that off. Now, I’ve got a big, long 3” strip. I want to come through here and cut a 5” piece. Now, I can see that the 5” mark is right there, but if I want to use the guide to kind of hold your paper and keep it straight at the bottom, I’m going to slide my paper down, following this line right here. Lock it in place and cut. And there you go. Now, I’ve got a little 3” x 5” piece that will fit nicely on this card right here. If you have any other questions about measuring, be sure to send us a message on our Facebook page or send us an email and we’d be happy to address it. Thanks for watching.