Cutting machine - Scanner ScanNCut CM600
With the cutting machine Brother Scan N Cut CM600 300 dpi scanner, your creativity has no limits.
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The CM600 ScanNCut Brother (Scan & Cut) is the first cutting machine with integrated Scanner. It allows you to draw, scan & cut without computer or ink cartridges.
Lightweight, compact and portable, ScanNCut is a revolution in the field of crafts. It can be used in scrapbooking, cardmaking, kirigami, textile customization in quilting or creation, home & table decoration. ScanNcut can cut shapes on textures such as fabric, felt thick cardstock, adhesive, leather, plastic or magnetic paper. You can combine your design with other textures, lettering, frames, borders, scan or compose your pattern directly on the machine, change the size or rotation patterns.
ScanNCut Machine can be used as a photocopier: cut, print, draw, compose, or choose a pattern from the library (600 patterns including 100 quilting + 5 fonts), scan & save your creation.
1 cutting maching + 300 dpi scanner in colors
1 LCD color touch screen
1 cutting area 29.7 cm wide
1 USB Key for import & export
Support for 305 x 305 mm & 305 x 610 mm cutting materials
Ready for use
Cutting textures : printed paper, cardstock, velun, layer (until 400 g and 2 mm thick), tissue (thin cotton, flannel, felt), plastic sheet, vinyl, magnet, sticker, leather.
Included with ScanNCut :
600 patterns incl. 100 of quilting
1 support for standard cutting blade
1 standard support 30.5 x 30.5 cm for a wide variety of materials
1 low tack adhesive pattern 30.5 x 30.5 cm
1 spatula to unstick the patterns
1 stylus for touch screen
1 pocket for accessories
1 AC adapter and power cord
1 CD with manual
Dimensions : H15.7 x W49.7 x D17.5 cm
Weight: 3.7 kg
Cutting speed: 112 mm/ sec.
19 levels of blade settings
2 years manufacturer warranty (except accessories and consumables)
- Type :
- Product dimensions :
- 50 x 17,5 x 15,7 cm
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