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The SDX1200 takes die-cutting even further, thanks to it’s superior build. Strength is vital for cutting denser and thicker materials. The SDX will cut up to 3mm in depth, compared to 1.5mm depth for the existing CM series.
The SDX1200 has a much stronger motor which makes this die-cutting machine capable of cutting a larger variety of materials than previous models, and quieter in operation.
Yes, the SDX1200 boats an auto blade setting facility. Cutting through the mat is a real fear for die cutters, but the automatic blade makes that concern a thing of the past! It reads the mat, and then the depth of material including the mat, and subtracts one from the other so it knows the depth of the material.
The cut amount is a new function only available to the SDX1200, and is used in conjunction with the auto blade settings to enable users to achieve a truly perfect cut. The two options include 0.5mm and 1mm.
Yes, for cutting thinner, less dense materials, such as Fleurs Foam, you can use the 1mm cut setting.
Yes, the SDX is wi-fi enabled and has 12” by 24” scanning capability.
The screen on the SDX1200 is 5” in size, which is the largest screen to date, and can be set in six different positions, whereas the CM series allows a choice of three.
The SDX is a larger machine than the CM Series, weighing in at 6kg – a well-built and incredibly strong die-cutting machine.
The SDX1200 features a 600dpi built-in scanner meaning it has improved scanning capabilities compared to previous models, which scanned at 300dpi.
Yes, the SDX has a built in full colour scanning option, plus no update is required!
The front of the SDX1200 pulls down and contains two storage units to keep spare blades and other accessories close to hand. This feature provides the perfect way to keep die-cutting accessories safe, and is unique to the new model.
There is also a tray that pulls out from the back of the machine to help support the mat as it travels through the machine.
The built-in memory size has been increased to 1.5 MB compared to 1MB in the CM series, which means more room to save images.
Yes, as with everything new, you will need to get used to the layout of the symbols, but after this, it is very easy to use! The SDX is a much smoother and quieter machine due to the build quality.