WHICH DIE-CUTTING MACHINE SHOULD I BUY

Buying you first home DIY crafting machine should not be stressful, however it sure can be with all of the different options on the market. A couple of years ago the crafting scene exploded with the amazing technology of the Silhouette Cameo. The  Silhouette Cameo was many crafters first machine to introduce them to things like precision cutting, print-then-cut and the ability to use your own images and fonts. With the success of this machine opened the door to a world of cutting machines that will give you an amazing array of options to suite your needs.

When I was first looking into die cutting machines I was faced with the same question many of you are currently asking yourself. Brother Scan-N-Cut or Sizzix eClips 2? Do I need the Silhouette Curio or/and Silhouette Mint with my Silhouette Cameo? What is the Janome Artistic Edge and is it as good as the Sizzix eClips 2? And, finally.....Which Cricut Explore should I purchase and what is the difference between all of the Cricut Explore models?

Well look no further. Here I have collected all of my YouTube video reviews of these cutting machines and even how they compare to each other. At the bottom of the page I have also given you all of the direct links to the purchase sites of these electronic cutting machines so you are able to purchase you machine right away and get going on your next DIY project. Bu using these links you will help support this page and Ken's Kreations and continue to support this channel in our attempt to bring high quality videos to help with your buying decisions.

This is at no cost to you! By clicking on the links above you will help support our videos and continue to bring our videos to YouTube. We make a small commission by you shopping from this page, and for that we thank you!! Once again THIS IS AT NO COST TO YOU!

Thinking about getting the Cricut Explore? Here is a list of videos to help with your buying decision. From comparing all of the different current models, past models and even comparing to other competitor machines! Take a look to see if this is the right machine for you!

Cricut Explore Air™ 2 - BUY HERE



Now let's take a look at the machine that started my obsession with print-then-cut and using my own images, the Silhouette Cameo! If you are looking at this machine here is a list of videos in regards to this machine and all that it can do. 





Silhouette Cameo -BUY HERE



Silhouette has released some amazing companion product to go with their Silhouette Cameo. They have a stamp maker called the Silhouette Mint and a new embossing and engraving machine called the Silhouette Curio. However, do you really need this in your current craft room? My answer was YES, but you can watch the videos below and see if they need a new home with you!


SILHOUETTE CURIO - BUY HERE

Silhouette Mint - BUY HERE


The Brother Scan-N-Cut was a fresh new look at the die cutting machine. A machine that would scan an item at one pass and then cut it at another. This was a stampers dream come true. No more fussy cutting! For me, this was a dream of a machine, because I was able to cut out my favorite pattern paper! However, with the high price point not everyone can take this machine home! Take a peek to see if it your next crafting machine down below! ( edit: video 3 was not released and will be replaced by a new series)

BROTHER SCAN'N'CUT 2 - BUY HERE


BROTHER SCAN N CUT - BUY HERE

BROTHER SCAN N CUT- BUY HERE
The market it full of options for us crafters and it is hard to know where to start! Here is a list of all the other reviews of craft machines and products that I have reviewed on my YouTube channel to help assist you with your purchasing needs. 




Deco Foil Review - SHOP HERE



MISTI Review- BUY HERE

WRMK Fuse Tool Review - BUY HERE


Xyron Creative Station - BUY HERE


eBrush Review - BUY HERE

ShotBox Review - BUY HERE


6 comments:

  1. A cutting tool is defined as a sharp-edged or wedge-shaped device used to cut out something extra. That extra material is often some excess layer of material present on any work piece. The cutting tool cuts it down by shearing to obtain the desired size, shape, and accuracy.

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  2. Mainly concrete finishing tools do not significantly vary from one another in function. But they may differ in their quality and design among different manufacturers all over the world.
    Whatever tool you choose to buy or use readily depends on your own construction needs . Also, it majorly depends on the type and characteristics of concrete on which you are going to use them.

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  3. In the entire world of construction, having a good quality plan is essential for all. Whether it is for architects, surveyors, builders, or designers. Each one of them should know what is expected from them and what they are doing. But what is even more significant is the type of machinery , equipment, and tools utilized at a construction site. All these must meet a particular criterion of high quality and work well for their purpose.

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  4. Cement or concrete is the best hardscaping feature of most DIY enthusiasts and construction builders. Its characteristic versatility, affordability, and durability add to its appeal. Fortunately, there are many concrete and bricklaying tools nowadays in the market, making the construction process more manageable. However, choosing the best amongst them may be a difficult task sometimes.

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  5. out of several concrete cutting tools like bull floats, a contractor may use an angle grinder whenever he needs it. However, the angle grinder does not work on its own. It is generally used with a diamond cutting blade attached to it to cut masonry and concrete. Therefore, for applying heavy-duty deep cuts in concrete, the contractor must use a masonry cut-off saw.

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  6. Cutting down concrete can be a messy business, mainly if you don’t possess the right tools for this job. It is the most challenging job to work with, as you could damage the tools, concrete, and yourself. Especially if you are going to deal with concrete that is relatively deeper than six inches almost. Then it is vital to invest in professional concrete cutting tools to get the job done correctly.

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