BRIDGEWATER, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Brother International Corporation is proud to introduce DesignNCut, an affordable home electronic cutting machine, to Brother’s growing lineup of crafting tools. DesignNCut can precisely cut designs (from simple to very intricate) into a wide variety of materials: paper, fabric, felt, foam, vinyl, iron-on, leather, plastic, wood veneer, and poster board. The new machine will make its exclusive debut on leading entertainment and lifestyle retailer, HSN, on July 11th, 2017, and will be presented by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer.
“DesignNCut is the perfect tool for makers, students, designers, hobbyists, and DIY enthusiasts for their everyday crafting needs,” shared Jim Price, Senior Director of Sales for Brother. “We’re excited to be offering an easy-to-use machine at an affordable price point with the same cutting force and speed as the ScanNCut that our customers have come to love. Once users are ready to cut, draw, emboss, or perforate, the DesignNCut user-friendly system makes it easy as 1-2-3 to create your projects.”
Ultimate Makers Machine
In addition to its precision cutting technology, DesignNCut offers an array of functions with its optional line of accessories to deep cut, draw, line emboss, or create rhinestone templates. With its range of versatile functions, the possibilities of creating mixed media projects are endless. Plus, the machine has great features for those who love to use fabric. Creating a seam allowance is simple and quick.
Starting a Project is Simple
Users can use their mobile devices or computers to access the free, no subscription required internet-based editing tool for DesignNCut featuring hundreds of ready-to-use clipart, fonts, logos, and projects, with step-by-step instructions and videos. With DesignNCut and the cloud-based design software’s easy to use interface, users can start and edit their projects with ease. Also, the cloud-based software reads SVG files, along with the proprietary cut file extension. Many of the cut files that may have already been purchased can now be used.
With its CaptureMat function instead of the built-in scanner, users can now conveniently use their camera or mobile device to photograph a favorite design to create a cut file.
Best Cut Quality, Speed, and Accuracy
DesignNCut has the same cutting force and speed as the ScanNCut that customers have come to love. Now, with DesignNCut, virtually anyone can make precision cuts from a wide variety of materials. The machine has approximately 1,280 cutting force (grams of force) and maximum speed up to 112 MMs. Using the optional Deep Cut Blade, the machine can cut up to 2 mm thick. With the 12" x 12" mat users can cut up to 11.6" x 11.7" and the 12" x 24" mat has a cutting size of 11.6" x 23.7".
DesignNCut will be available exclusively on HSN and HSN.com until mid-August and will be released in other retail stores and e-commerce sites. For more product information, please visit www.designncutbybrother.com.
About Brother International Corporation
Brother International Corporation has earned its reputation as a leading supplier of innovative products for the home sewing enthusiast. Through a growing network of sewing machine dealers and retail outlets nationwide, Brother offers a full line of home sewing machines, from basic to top-of-the-line sewing and embroidery machines. The company is recognized for its high-quality, state-of-the-art machines and accessories, offering ease of use and flexibility at affordable prices.
Brother is a wholly owned subsidiary of Brother Industries Ltd. With worldwide sales approaching $5 billion, this global manufacturer was started almost 100 years ago by sewing fanatics.
Brother offers a diversified product line that includes fax machines, Multi-Function Center® machines, P-touch® Labeling Systems and both color and mono laser printers for home, office, and industry. Bridgewater, New Jersey is the corporate headquarters for Brother in the Americas, from Canada to South America. It has fully integrated sales, marketing services, manufacturing, research and development capabilities located in the U.S. In addition to its headquarters, and Brother has facilities in California, Illinois, and Tennessee, as well as subsidiaries in Canada, Brazil, Chile, Argentina Peru, and Mexico. For more information, visit brother.com.