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I love mine, and have found no issues. It cuts wonderfully, and can be used with or without the internet. It also cuts a variety of materials. I primarily use mine to cut stamped images. For SVGs, I simply print the outline, scan n cut it. If I don't want the printed outline visible, I reverse the images prior to printing. Color scanning has improved reconigton. SNC uses a fcm file extension, and SCAL4 can instantly convert SVGs, converts does not read them. It's much better than Canvas, Brothers online program. I use Corel, and either print the image, scan, and cut or send it to SCAL4 Pro to convert to SNC native format. Files can now be directly saved via direct USB connection to my computer. Love mine! There's a ton of information on YouTube. Check out Jen's jam sessions.
Words can barely describe how happy I am with this machine, and I've barely scratched it's surface. All I've used it for so far is to scan & cut my stamped images for me. No more fussy cutting! No more buying expensive, matching die sets! It's absolutely amazing and I love it.
Got this machine for Christmas from my spouse, even though I ordered it. It is so easy to use & it seems there is no limit to my creativity. Scrapbook. com was amazing! I will order more from them from now on.
I wanted a machine that would be easy to use. I picked the cm350 Scan N Cut 2 because it fit the bill. My principle use is to cut stamped images so I can pop them on greeting cards. This machine will do many other things and maybe down the road I will try some of them out. Love it for the purpose I purchased it for.
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