Die Cutting Machine Reviews: Gemini Die Cutting Machine Review
Gemini Die Cutting Machine – What Is It?
The Gemini Die Cutting Machine is a professional quality mechanical die cutter with automatic feed mechanism. The machine is equipped with a high precision laser engraver which cuts out gems from precious metals such as gold, silver, platinum, palladium and other precious materials. The machine uses special dies made of high grade steel for cutting out the gems. The machine comes with various types of gemstones, including diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds.
The machine’s automatic feed mechanism makes it possible to cut out different sized gems from the same piece of metal. This allows the user to produce jewelry pieces of any size. The Gemini Die Cutting Machine is capable of producing a wide variety of designs and colors.
It features a rotating wheel which moves along the length of the die cutter blade. When the wheel turns, the die cutter blade moves forward and cuts out gems from the material being fed into it. The machine is powered by two AA batteries (not included) and operates up to 2 hours after a full charge.
The Gemini Die Cutting Machine is available in three models: Standard model, Deluxe model and Platinum model.
Standard Model Features:
1. High precision laser engraver for cutting out designs
2. Comes with 1,000s of free downloadable online images
3. Automatic feed mechanism for engraving.
Deluxe Model Features:
1. Rotating wheel for engraving rings and bracelets.
2. Large capacity battery for up to 2 hours of continuous use.
3. Power-saving stand-by mode.
4. Huge collection of online images available.
Platinum Model Features:
1. Long life battery for up to 3 hours of continuous use.
2. Large size and weight for heavy duty use.
3. Special coating to prevent rust or tarnishing of the parts.
Gemini Die Cutting Machine – How It Works
How To Use The Gemini Die Cutting Machine:
Step 1: Insert a gem or other metal into the machine and close the top plate to secure it in place.
Sources & references used in this article:
Die cutting anvil system by AD Kirkpatrick – US Patent 4,982,639, 1991 – Google Patents
Reinforced freewheeling resilient cover for rotary die-cutting anvil by LE Sauer – US Patent 3,522,754, 1970 – Google Patents
Rotary die cutting apparatus by B Hardisty, R Collins – US Patent 5,230,271, 1993 – Google Patents
Die-cutting by TD Bishop – US Patent 3,941,038, 1976 – Google Patents