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Brother launches new ScanNCut CM700 cutting machine for artists and crafters

By Ciara Alarcon - on 25 Nov 2016, 10:22am

Brother launches new ScanNCut CM700 cutting machine for artists and crafters

Brother Philippines launched its new ScanNCut CM700.

Brother Philippines has launched the world’s first home and hobby cutting machine with built-in scanner and Wi-Fi capability – the Brother ScanNCut CM700.

Designed for different types of artists and crafters, the ScanNCut CM700 can scan, cut, and even draw an endless range of patterns and designs with ease and precision.

Media workshop during the launch of the ScanNCut CM700.

With the CM700, users can now create patters and designs on their smartphones, tablet, and computers, then instantly send it over to the cutting machine through a wireless network.

“The CM700 is ideal for creative entrepreneurs who want to streamline business production,” Glenn Hocson, Brother Philippines President, said.

“This machine delivers consistent results every time, which makes projects and products look more polished and professional,” Hocson added.

See some snaphots of how the new Brother cutting machine works:

The artworks and crafts can be completed in four simple steps: See, Scan, Cut, and Create.

Users can take magazine clippings, online images, favorite photos, and even their own drawings and sketches. Then, they can scan them on the built-in 300dpi scanner, and immediately cut the design on a wide range of materials, from paper and cardstock to fabric and vinyl. Lastly, a simple press of a button is needed to cut out designs.

The Brother ScanNCut CM700 is priced at PhP 24,995.