The Brother ScanNCut CM700 is a revolutionary home cutting machine with a built-in scanner, boasting all the benefits of your favourite craft machine - but with a few essential improvements!
The secret to the ScanNCut's incredible uniqueness lies in its 300 dots-per-inch built-in scanner, making it the only cutting machine that can take your scanned images, photos or hand-drawn sketches, and turn them into unique cutting designs. What's more, the ScanNCut CM700 has a 12" x 24" scanning capability for larger projects - with the cutting mat doubling up as a scanning mat!
Not only do you have a larger scanning size, but this machine also has enhanced scanning quality with RGB colour recognition - scanning only in black and white is a thing of the past! Now you can scan colour images and the ScanNCut will automatically distinguish hues to truly extend your design opportunities.
Once scanned, this fuss-free machine allows you to put your own creative spin images, providing the option to customise using the LCD screen with rotate, weld and resize functions, as well as the innovative 'Pen Draw' feature. As ever with the ScanNCut, the interchangeable blades can easily cut shapes from a whole host of different materials to cater for an incredible amount of craft projects.
But that's not all - for the first time ever, the ScanNCut comes with wireless LAN built into the machine! Forget the days of endless unsightly wires - with this Special Edition, you can now easily and quickly connect to your computer and tablet completely wirelessly. Plus, with a total of 631 built-in designs and 7 fonts to play around with, the only limit is your imagination!
This item has been manufacturer approved refurbished to a Grade A Standard. It will arrive in full working order with all parts and accessories and includes a full 12 month warranty.
- Brother ScanNCut CM700 Machine
- Middle Tack Adhesive Mat
- Standard Cut Blade Holder with blade installed
- Touch Pen
- Accessory Bag
- AC Adapter
- Power Cord
- CD - operational manual, pattern list, basic quilting guide