Explore the 3 Different Types of Scans with ScanNCut

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, crafting expert and host of the PBS Series Scrapbook Soup, is a paid consultant of Brother ScanNCut USA.

One of the most important functions of your ScanNCut is its ability to scan.  Brother has provided you with lots of options for creating cut files from scans, but it can be confusing at first.  Today we’re exploring what the difference is between the 3 types of scans under the “scan to cut data” menu.  Watch the video to see the different types of cutting files each scan creates:

And here are the leaves from the video:


Check out how skinny that little leaf tail is:


It’s the width of the ballpoint pen line that I drew!  I think that’s amazing!  The detail you can get with your ScanNCut is just staggering.

Hope you are clear on the different types of cut files you can create from scanned data!

Talk to you next week!

2 thoughts on “Introducing ScanNCut by Brother – The World’s First Home and Hobby Cutting Machine with Built-in Scanner

  1. I love my Scan N Cut and have not used it as much as I would like, so I am glad to join a group where I can follow what others are doing with theirs.

  2. I got my Saturday. Wasn’t planning on getting one at this time. I don’t even know where to start.

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