Silhouette Cameo 2 Touch Screen, Sketch Pen Set, Pixscan, 2 Full Rolls Vinyl, Transfer Paper, and Tools
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- Silhouette Cameo 2 - with Touch Screen
- 12-Inch x 12-inch Cutting Mat, Sketch Pen Set 24 pc, Cutting Blade
- 12 inch by 12 inch Pixscan Mat, Vinyl Trimmer, Pick Me Up Pen, Scraper, Hook Tool, Ruler, Microfiber Cloth
- 1 Full Roll Black Vinyl, 1 Full Roll White Vinyl, 1 Full Roll Transfer Paper
- One Month to the Silhouette Design Store Worth $25 in Downloads, Software for PC & Mac
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The silhouette cameo is the ultimate DIY machine. Like a home printer, it plugs into your pc or Mac with a simple USB cable. However, instead of printing it uses a small blade to cut paper, cardstock, vinyl, fabric, and other material up to 12 inches wide and 10 feet long. When the blade is replaced by a pen, the cameo will sketch instead of cut. It can be controlled from a computer or save your art to a USB and plug right into the cameo. The machine also has the ability to register and cut printed materials and is PixScan compatible. With the included silhouette studio software, you're able to create and cut your own designs and use the fonts already installed on your computer. There are also tens of thousands of great designs available through the ever-growing silhouette online store.
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One of my favorite features is the offset for print and cut files so there is a little leeway if the cut isn't exactly on. This was my biggest issue with the Cricut.
The negative part of this machine is how much different options there are for the blade. I'm sure this was intended to be fully customizable and get the exact cut you need, but I find the whole process confusing and difficult. Even with months of regularly cutting and hours of testing settings, it doesn't seem consistent. The test cut feature often yields different results than the full cut. I prefer the Cricut's blade depth style more and I never had any problems with it cutting wrong. In fact, the preset depths are more accurate than the presents on the Silhouette. I find myself constantly cutting into my mat with the Silhouette, but a shallower cut won't cut all the way through.
Another bonus is the larger print and cut area and the ability to move the registration marks.
Overall, it is a very powerful machine and can do many things that the Cricut can't. But it is also more complicated to learn, and that is coming from someone very technologically proficient,