July 28, 2010

Cricut Imagine!



Here is a video of the New Cricut Imagine demo that I took at CHA yesterday morning.  Matt did an excellent job explaining the machine.  There is a lot of information here but, I will be checking on some more information today.  I hope you enjoy this I can say that it is even better in person!

12 comments:

Angela Mclean said...

Thank you so much for doing this!!!
Angela xxx.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing. Wow, that machine seems painfully slow, not to mention - expensive! I do like the images I was able to see though.

Anonymous said...

thanks for posting this video. Very interesting.
I don't know as I could give up my paper!!!

I wonder how quickly you'd go thru inks and how expensive they would be?

JeanP

LilGreenBug said...

Wow!! Great video! This is actually the first time I've seen it in action! The only thing that concerned me a bit is the amount of time it took to print and cut. Seemed pretty slow compared to the Expression, but then you are printing and cutting! Cool!!! Thank you so very much for showing us the Imagine in action!!!
Hugs!

flowerdisco said...

Thanks for sharing this vid! :)

Janice said...

Thank you for the video and keeping us updated!
I hope you are having a wonderful time.

Janet said...

l am so exited my husband is going to buy me the Cricut Imagine cannot wait to get it, and its not even Christmas wish l could get it tomorrow am so exited. janet

Disneypal said...

Thank you ! Great video and I've been wanting to actually see it in action - this is the only video I found that shows it actually printing and cutting - GREAT !

My only question (which I see you mentioned already) - is can I cut without printing. Sometimes I may want to cut on a piece of colored cardstock but not print anything - I want to know if this machine allows for cutting only?

SweetSassyDiva said...

Yes, you can use it like a regular expression. you can cut only just like an expression. You can print your own full sheets of printed paper. You can print images and cut. You can use any of your cardstock that you would be able to print on an injet printer. So you can use your solid colors or your already existing paper stash! :) There is an area where the mat has to be able to bend so, at this time you cannot use chipboard.

SweetSassyDiva said...

Please post a link to my video on facebook, message board and such. I really am doing my best to find out all I can about the new machine. It really is IMPRESSIVE! :) I am so glad that everyone is enjoying the videos.

melshimazu said...

Thank you posting this video. I've been wanting to "SEE" it in action and haven't found any sites with a video yet.

Thanks again! The imagine is impressive but then again, so is the price. =)

Anonymous said...

Wow I thought my Expression was the Bomb...
scrappinnanny

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