luv2talk wrote:Not that I need ANOTHER DIE CUT machine...lol...but I just want some thoughts on what you all think about the pros/cons of this one.
I see they use a sticky mat as well...that's a CON in my book...lol!
But being able to cut out of the center of the paper..that's a PRO
But only having the option of those limited sizes...CON
Does anyone know the price of the machine and the disks? How much for additional fonts? What's the story on that?
Details..I want details....I just saw the DEMO video..and that is all I am going on..does anyone know anymore about it?
Miss Onigur wrote:Well, after watching the "You Tube" video, I think it's cool! Of course, I JUST got a Cricut!!! Figures...
The only con I see is that you have to "hold" it (looks like) in place to make the cut! The sizes available don't really bother me, for I won't be cutting really large items!
Pro: 1. the fact there are no "cartridges"
2. You can create your own images and save!
3. It's more portable than the Cricut.
4. Less waste of paper.
These are just "My" opinions. Without actually trying it, I can't really come up w/any cons or more substantial pros!!! But I am interested in what others come up with!!
You can use a regular "self-healing" mat to cut; that is why I stated it looks like you have to hold (firmly) the machine while cutting. I guess you could use a smaller mat on top your work mat then use a "removable", "repositionable" adhesive to hold it in place!! (con?)
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