All in one

Instructions for All in One Tumbler Tool
Hello, here are some basics to know for the All in one Tumbler Tool:
Setup: If you prefer video, there are videos on TikTok and YouTube that will show you how to use the clamps if you are unfamiliar with them and how to do initial setup. There are also ones showing the marking tool and one showing the blade adapter. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
The little lever shown in the first picture will allow the clamps to open. If you are pulling that, and the clamps are not opening, look to make sure you are not pulling on the trigger. If you pull the trigger and release at the same time, the clamp locks up and won’t move. Once you have the clamp open wide enough for your table, you will place the base of the tool below your counter and use the trigger to tighten the clamp as shown in the 3rd and 4th photos. While the vast majority of tables do great with the clamps provided, if you are not happy with how tight the clamps hold the base, or you have a very narrow ledge or oddly shaped edge for the clamp to grip onto, you may be happier using a C style clamp, rather than the ones that come with the tool. C Clamps can be found at any hardware store for just a few dollars and come in many sizes. Their advantage is that the surface area needed to grip strongly is smaller and you can tighten more than you are able with normal clamps.

The hole at the top of the arm is set up for a standard size sharpie or dry erase marker to fit into. There are adapters for both a pencil, and a Cricut sized pen. You will just loosen the screw at the top a little and slide the pen or pencil in. I find it easiest to put the adapter around the pen/pencil first, then insert the whole thing. You may need to push on the edge of the adapter to slide it in all the way. Then tighten up the screw just enough for it not to slide around at all. When you are ready to take out the Cricut pen or pencil, I normally need to pull out the pen/pencil, and use the eraser or edge of the pen to push out the adapter.

When using the blade attachment, USE CAUTION AS THE BLADE IS SHARP. ALWAYS HAVE THE CAP ON WHEN INSTERTING OR CHANGING OUT THE BLADE. Be sure to slide the attachment in all the way so that it is stable while cutting. There are notches in the arm and tabs on the blade housing to make sure the blade is perfectly straight when inserted. Once the blade housing is in all the way, simply tighten the knob at the top of the arm, ensuring that you do not overtighten. The blade attachment does have a rounded edge next to the arm, so if you are trying to edge vinyl at the lowest possible setting (1/8”), you may need to back up the base just enough for the blade housing to set flat against your table (see image below) To change the blade, ensure the safety cap is on, and slide the blade out of the adapter. Place the safety cap on a new blade and slide it into the adapter.

The blade will cut as low as 1/8” and as high as 5 ¾”, however you may find it easier to flip the cup over rather than go that high. When cutting, I recommend that you turn your cup toward the closed side of the adapter. While the blades are in there snugly, if you turn the other way, you run the risk of the pressure inching the blade out a little bit at a time


If you feel like the clamps aren't holding on to your table well enough, try snipping 2 pieces off an old silicone mat and placing them between the clamp and the table. 

Sharpie will wipe right off of a non-sanded epoxied surface with a paper towel and alcohol

Dry Erase markers will wipe off non sanded epoxy or most vinyls with water and a paper towel. Disclaimer: It has wiped off of all glossy vinyls I have tried it on, with no damage to the image or vinyl, however you may want to test in a small corner just to be sure.

If my cup is just painted or bare, I usually use a pencil for marking, if it is epoxied, I usually use a sharpie or dry erase marker. Then, if any shows beyond the edge of my pinstripe, I just lightly wipe with alcohol/water and the sharpie/dry erase wipes right off. If I need to make a line for a light colored pinstripe, I either use a pen in a similar color, or I make my line right above where I want the pin striping to be and lay my vinyl/nail tape right next to that line. Then I wipe the marks off using the method above.  You don’t want a black sharpie line under a white pinstripe.

For vinyl/fabric/tape cutting, be sure to turn your cup towards the closed end of the blade attachment and if you are cutting 4 or 5 inches high, I always put my hand on the back of the slide, just to help a little with support. It is sturdy, but sometimes I push pretty hard on the cup and it just makes me feel a little more secure.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or feedback. I truly believe in and love this tool and it is my hope that you will too!! You can reach me on Facebook,  Instagram, or email and there are how to videos posted on TikTok and YouTube.

Thank you so much for your purchase!!

Kelly Sheehan-

Disclaimer: Razor blades are very sharp. Use caution with sharp objects- Use any necessary safety gear and use at your own risk.