Extensive List of Cutting Machines
Posted by Savana Price on 8th Jun 2020
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This list shows just about every cutting machine out there with a good reputation. Some cutting machines vary from others. One brand may cut leather, paper, and vinyl while another can only cut paper. One may be able to download and cut out specific designs from your computer while others are simplified and use only pre-made dies that you can cut. When talking about cutting machines, cutting force matters! Without a strong enough force you will be stuck with only a few materials that you can work with. The biggest factor will be the cutting machine itself as well as your intended use. Is it a well-known brand that has only been improving in quality - or is it something you never have heard of before? Take some time to review this list and click on the links to view the specifications. I will not go into detail on each individual machine as each machine has its own pros and cons depending on your intended use.
Cricut - Includes Cricut Explore Air 2 & Cricut Maker
Silhouette - Includes Silhouette Cameo 4 & Silhouette Portrait 2
Xyron - Not so much of a cutter as it is a really cool helpful tool for scrapbooking!
VEVOR - Great option for businesses who deal with vinyl. This company has some neat options, like their laser engraver.
Cloudray - The parts offered by Cloudray seem to be for companies that can build their machines from ground up.
Laser CO2 - CO2 Laser machines can do so many things! Whether you wish to cut into wood or engrave into glass, this is a great option for any company that has those needs.
USCutter - A perfect option for vinyl needs!
There are of course, many more cutting machine options! This list provides the perfect place to get started with your research or finalize which one fits your needs.