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Old 08-27-2013, 08:00 AM   #1
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Just received an email from Brother about a new machine they're bringing out in October that scans and cuts. They say "The world's first home and hobby cutting machine with a built-in scanner."

Here's the link they sent, but it doesn't say much about what it does. BrotherUSA - Your source for home and office product information
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I found this which shows pictures and has a little more info. Beware, this link took a little while to load:

http://www.castlesewing.com/_userfil...0Res%20PDF.pdf

Here is a link to a blog post about the machine:

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Brother are generally a very high quality manufacturer, so this looks interesting. However, I will be waiting to see what the pitfalls are- What will it cut, what is the software like, in other words, just how user friendly is it going to be? I will be very surprised if its cross compatible with files from other systems! Everyone is out to make money out of crafters these days, it seems, when it really is possible for all the machines to be compatible, but thats not in their financial interests.
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I got that email too. It will be interesting to see what they come out with.
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I got this post today about it from a blog I subscribe to. May Flaum has one and used it for her daughters birthday party. It does not connect to a computer. Apparently all it does is cut out pictures you scan into it.

Scan ?N Cut countdown!
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At first I just wrote this off. But now that I've thought about it, I wonder if it would be worth the purchase to cut out pre-stamped and colored images? That would save me money on buying matching die cuts.
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Here is a link to videos done by Scrapbook Soup using the scanNcut
https://www.youtube.com/results?q=sc...-8&sa=N&tab=w1
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This will work with stamps. YAY! Just found a video showing how.

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I'm not convinced this is better than any of the other machines already on the market. The one video that Arizona posted doesn't show how they actually get the image lined up to cut in the right spot unless its scanning the entire mat and basing the cutting on where the image is on the mat. I'd like to see more specs on the machines capabilities - particularly the cutting force. It seems to me its kind of a hybrid of a Cameo and a Cricut. It will be interesting to see how this one fairs against the other machines. I suppose there will be people who will like it and use it.
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I love the thought of cutting whatever I want, but $549.00....too pricey for me
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Hey - check out this new cutting gadget, only $10.64 - no computer needed, and it works if your power goes out:

Amazon.com: EK Success Cutter Bee Precision-Cut Scissors: Arts, Crafts & Sewing

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WoW! I would not pay that much for it either. Especially since I would not consider it a replacement for my cameo.
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Amazon.com: EK Success Cutter Bee Precision-Cut Scissors: Arts, Crafts & Sewing

LOL!! I can't fussy cut. It always looks bad, and I have carpal tunnel in my dominant hand which makes it difficult. If there is no die cut for a stamp, it doesn't get cut. This was the reason for my interest in this machine. It seems much simpler than making files for my cameo. I would be able to stamp, color, scan, and cut.
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A Brother dealer told me last week that the MSRP is $599.00. Doesn't sound like it does enough to warrant the sticker shock.
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Someone posted on the Balzer Designs blog that she easily does the same thing with her Silhouette and Photoshop in just a few extra steps. She scans her black and white halftone image into PS for editing, then downloads the finished image into the Silhouette software for cutting. Sounds like this might also work with easier Photoshop Elements and other computer-interfaced machines. If so, it's certainly cheaper than the $599 Scan N Cut. Does anyone want to experiment and advise of their results? I have PSE, but haven't bought a digital cutter yet. Happy with my Vagabond and Big Shot. They're great for dense or heavy craft materials.
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A Brother dealer told me last week that the MSRP is $599.00. Doesn't sound like it does enough to warrant the sticker shock.
I agree. Maybe if it could link to a computer it would be more tempting. Looks like you'd still need a Cameo or similar to do plain , non-printed, cuts.

Maybe they'll bring out a Cameo with a scanner. I can dream!

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I saw a demo of this today at the quilt shop. They have a model that cuts either fabric or paper. Being a quilter as well this was awesome! When she demonstrated all that it could do I was amazed. I hear that there will be a special on HSN for the machine. But that version will be paper only. So scrapbookers watch for the HSN deal. It is pretty awesome.
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I don't get it. Why would you need 2 different Brother machines, one for paper and the other for fabric? If that's the case, you'd be wasting $1,100+. Better to buy one great machine like the 13" Silver Bullet for $849. It cuts through anything and has cool attachments like a distresser. The 15" KNK Maxx Air for around $960 also looks good. Both machines mentioned will run on MTC and other first-rate software.
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I saw a demo of this today at the quilt shop. They have a model that cuts either fabric or paper. Being a quilter as well this was awesome! When she demonstrated all that it could do I was amazed. I hear that there will be a special on HSN for the machine. But that version will be paper only. So scrapbookers watch for the HSN deal. It is pretty awesome.
Do you have any idea when this will be on?
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I don't get it. Why would you need 2 different Brother machines, one for paper and the other for fabric? If that's the case, you'd be wasting $1,100+. Better to buy one great machine like the 13" Silver Bullet for $849. It cuts through anything and has cool attachments like a distresser. The 15" KNK Maxx Air for around $960 also looks good. Both machines mentioned will run on MTC and other first-rate software.
It is not two different machines. One just includes more features, that's why it costs more. The basic unit is 399 the upgraded unit is 599.

This machine is good for people who don't like being tied to the computer when crafting. LIKE ME. I rarely turn on my Cameo because I am using my computer for watching movies while crafting, not for cutting. Also the scanner allows you to skip the printing the registration marks step on the Cameo.
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No way I'd spend that much on a cutter without a computer interface that handles heavy-duty graphics software. The only reason I might buy a digital machine is for design purposes. Said rig will also have to cut heavy materials and intricate patterns at least as well as my Vagabond and Big Shot.
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I picked up my ScanNCut yesterday......... I have used it for about 3 hours...... I have NOT opened the manual..... you can read about my out-of-the-box experiences here:

Piece of Cake... Handmade Cards: Brother ScanNCut ~ 1st Attempts

I have a collection of digital die cutters, including the Cricut, Pazzles, Silhouette, so I am not a novice to electronic die cutting. So far I am enjoying this machine very much!
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I am really enjoying my new ScanNcut...wonderful for stampers. I stamped these images ran them through my SNC and was able to cut them out and include a margin. So easy to do.



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Does the machine cut out colored images... like a flower stamped with different colors of ink for the petals/center/stem? Also, what about stamped images that have been colored? I prefer to color my images then cut them out.

I am seriously considering getting one of these since my meds make me shake sometimes and I have trouble fussy-cutting. Thanks for all the info!
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Does the machine cut out colored images... like a flower stamped with different colors of ink for the petals/center/stem? Also, what about stamped images that have been colored? I prefer to color my images then cut them out.

I am seriously considering getting one of these since my meds make me shake sometimes and I have trouble fussy-cutting. Thanks for all the info!
I just got mine last week so I'm still playing with it. I haven't tried it using colored inks yet...though I think I have seen an example from someone else where they did. As far as coloring in the image first, I haven't done that either, but again I saw an example from someone else that did that and it worked. I have cut out colored clipart I printed it and it cut that fine. I am going to test this and see for myself. I will let you know.

The machine cuts really well and is super easy to use.
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I have posted my scan and cuts here........ they include colored items:

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Thanks for the info... it's definitely going on my Christmas list!
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Bugga- You are so funny! I busted up laughing when I read that. My Bees are my favorite die cutter too. I don't even know why I opened this thread. I hardly die cut any more. You made me laugh so hard.

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My sister works for Brothers and has brought this machine home to test it out. We had the best time. I'm into scrapbooking and do a lot of paper piecing. You can scan your image, then break it apart to cut all pieces. It's amazing!! I can take anything now and paper piece it together. So excited...
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Can you choose how close you want to cut round an image, ie right on the line or with a white edge round it? If you choose right on the line is it accurate?
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Can you scan pattern paper (like DCWV stacks) and have it trace around an image that's on the paper and cut it out?
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It allows and offset (variety of distances) or not..no negative offset though. If you choose no offset, it is accurate. You will see a bit of the outline it cut on.
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Can you scan pattern paper (like DCWV stacks) and have it trace around an image that's on the paper and cut it out?
I have fussy cut from paper with success. I haven't tried this a whole lot though. I need to play with that feature some more.
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If you have clipart or digital elements the SNC is great for that.

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If you have clipart or digital elements the SNC is great for that.
I can already do that with my sizzix eclips which cost a fraction of the price
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I can already do that with my sizzix eclips which cost a fraction of the price
No registration marks...it saves a step. I have a Cameo which I bought primarily to do print and cuts and I hate the registration marks step.

Also the SNC allows you to stamp an image on paper then feed that paper through and cut it out. I know the Eclips has stamp2cut, but the Cameo does not. But with the SNC you again skip that registration marks step.
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So I'm wondering how does it cut out the clipart as someone mentioned that it doesn't hook up to the computer?
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So I'm wondering how does it cut out the clipart as someone mentioned that it doesn't hook up to the computer?
You print out the clipart and then run it through the SNC machine.
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I am so excited for this!!!! I want it for my stamped images! That will REALLY help me get the use out of ALL my stamps!!!!
Anyone seen a good price on one yet??
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