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Old 12-01-2009, 08:13 AM
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I dont really care about the size because Im only going to use it for discs. But I do care about detail like you ^ said. Does anyone think I should spend an extra $100 for a better one? I really care about quality but I am only willing to spend $350 maybe a little more.
if you plan on dyeing a lot a big one is neccessary. plus you can use it a lot more. the larger ones are meant to do more work and longer. try us cutter. you can get a larger one in your price range.
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Old 12-01-2009, 09:24 AM
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us cutter has a 24" for $250 I believe. I got the small one for crafting and wish I would have spent the extra $50 to get the larger one.
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Old 12-01-2009, 11:45 PM
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be careful with the smaller ones. I've checked into a few that had cutting widths much shorter than the vinyl width they accept. ie takes 15" vinyl but can only cut a 11" wide design or something along those lines.
This is correct sir... My "24' inch plotter can accept material up to 30 inches wide, but only cut 24 inches of it. the extra space is for the head clearance.
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I know is this a dead thread, but I need a little bit of help in choosing the right vinyl cutting machine.

I've been reading opinions on forums and amazon reviews and because I will use it mostly to cut vinyl and a little bit of paper the Cameo seems to be the best budget cutter (max $200).
Some people are saying the Brother ScannCut could be a good choice too.
This article compares the 2 machines:
https://freshlypickedblog.com/brothe...houette-cameo/

The only big issue I could find about the Cameo is that the software is a bit hard to use and bluetooth is not the best.
Is the Cameo the right machine for a newbie?

Thanks
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