Mmmm .. this has potential – it is not clear to me if you can design your own files or what format the files cut in.
It is VERY slick looking a bit like a high tech scanner or if Apple made a cutter this is what it would look like.
One downside is the widest it will cut is 10 inches. However- there is no cutting mat which is huge deal for me! You can also “tell” the machine how many of an image or letter you need AND paper feeds from tray like a printer, So, you can but a bunch of paper in there and walk away.
It also looks like it may do print and cuts and you do not have to chaneg blade. Not clear if you can print in colour or just Black and White.
The images are stored on an SD card and the Craftwell company has stated that are looking to figure out a way for eCraft cutter users to share there own images, so maybe you will be able to design your own?
Here is what the eCraft cutter can do:
Cuts paper and cardstock , fabric, and magnetic material.
Works without a cutting mat
No need to change blades
Works without a computer
Can cut multiple paper pieces or roll of paper similar to a printer ( I am wondering what happens when you cut 100 of something- does it jam up?)
It is very fast.
I don’t think it cuts chipboard .
Looks like there are several different models. One at 199.00 US and one at 249.00. I THINK the only difference is that more expensive one has a colour LCD screen.
I have no clue when this will actually be available to purchase. As of now the pre-loaded SD cards retail at 29.99.