The AccuQuilt Go!, closed and standing upright. The hand crank is point to the left.
The AccuQuilt Go!, laying open on a reflective table.
The AccuQuilt die cutter product line. From smallest to largest: the Go! Baby is on the left, the AccuQuilt Go!, and the Go! Big is to the right.
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The AccuQuilt logo in gray. An A in a speech bobble with, "accuquilt" next to it.


Pump worked closely with the industrial designers and the internal team at AccuQuilt throughout the development cycle, providing mechanical architectural layouts, technical proof-of-concept prototypes, materials selection, and production ramp-up support.

One challenge during the design included selecting and testing specific materials for the gears. It was critical to select a robust material while still keeping investment and part cost low.

With our proactive approach, we were able to identify and solve problems early without compromising the aggressive development schedule.


  • System Architecture
  • Detailed Design
  • Testing and Refinement
  • Production Ramp-up Support

Awards & Accolades

  • Best Innovations award at the 2009 Crafts & Hobby Association Winter Trade Show
  • IDEA finalist in the 2009 International Design Excellence Awards sponsored by IDSA (Industrial
  • Designers Society of America) and BusinessWeek.

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