Here's everything you need to know about Scoring Wheel and Double Scoring Wheel. Use the links below for FAQs and help articles.
Scoring Wheel FAQ
Get answers to frequently asked questions.
Which tool to use with which material
Scoring Wheel tools for Cricut Maker create crisp creases in a variety of materials for perfect, effortless folds and a flawless finish. We've rigorously tested a wide range of materials so you'll always know which tool to use to get the best result. See the complete list.
How to change Scoring Wheel tips
When you need to swap your tip, just follow these simple instructions.
3 things you need to know about Double Scoring Wheel
- You should always fold into the score line. For most projects, this means you will put your material "pretty side" down on the mat before you load it into the machine. If you want to fold "pretty sides" together, place the material "pretty side" up on the mat.
- Assuming your material is "pretty side" down, and if your design is not symmetrical, mirror the image in Design Space before cutting and scoring.
- If you are using Cricut Maker to write or draw in your project and you placed your material "pretty side" down on your mat, be aware that you will be writing on the inside of your project, not the outside. For this reason, design your project accordingly.