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print and cut cricut $299

Discussion in 'Digital Printing' started by artbot, May 23, 2011.

  1. artbot

    artbot Very Active Member

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  2. jiarby

    jiarby Major Contributor

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    ya gotta use their cartridges.
    I doubt they will ever make one you can just hook to a PC and print cut... they make alot of money selling those clip art cartridges.

    That's what fred need to do... start selling clip art on proprietary storage media that can only be used on a device that Fred also sells.... and you can't copy!
     
  3. OldPaint

    OldPaint Major Contributor

    what difference is there between a 54" printer and that??? few bucks? principal remains the same.get a computer,and a printer, plug it in, and now you are a sign maker!!!!!!! neither has much need for talent................ like us old SIGN PAINTERS))))))))))))))))
     
  4. signgirl

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    Actually I have a circuit at home and there is a program where you no longer need the cartridges and can do layouts and all.....don't have the above product though.
     
  5. artbot

    artbot Very Active Member

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    yeah. my girlfriend uses a cricut with sure-cuts-alot software to make parts for her fine art collage work. no cartridges. i'm sure the handful of aftermarket software providers are combing through its firmware right now.
     
  6. Custom_Grafx

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    That's still too expensive for the people who it's aimed at.
     
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