The Brother ScanNCut is still one of the most talked about electronic cutting machines in the industry.
The excitement is about the NEW ScanNCut 2, which was released in the United States in the Fall and will be released in Canada in the next few months.
Some of the new features of the ScanNCut 2 include:
- a 300 DPI scanner has RGB recognition so you can create your own cut files
- 12″ x 24″ scanning
- a wireless network ready to transfer files online
- Stand-Alone machine library of over 1000 cut files plus 15 built in fonts
- SVG data and PES data readability (for embroidery)
- German Carbide blade
The demo table was always busy, and even I tried out a little hand lettering, scanning and cutting!
The popularity of the ScanNCut has risen because of its ability to cut a huge variety of materials, such as fabric, vinyl, thicker cardboard, plastic, etc. Brother also sells its own products for cutting, such as heat-iron transfer products, sticker kits, rhinestone kits, and so on.
The projects on display illustrate the versatility of the ScanNCut, showing off tremendous detail and intricate cuts.
Even mixed media enthusiasts will find the ScanNCut perfect for creating stencils, stamps, and original cut files.
For more information about the Brother ScanNCut, click HERE to visit the Canadian website or click HERE to visit the American website.
Be very interested to see the Scan&Cut 2 being demonstrated
OMGolly! The possibilities are endless and I could probably get my son to make suppers more if I won one!!!
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