The Cameo 4 Plotter is a desktop cutting machine for the modern maker.
With a built-in roll feeder and cross cutter, the Cameo is the ultimate vinyl cutter, allowing you to cut directly from a roll.
It also has increased speed and power over previous Silhouette machines, 3 mm clearance to cut thicker materials and Automatic Tool Detection.
Cut vinyl, cardstock, fabric, and more to create custom projects for home, school, or business.
Machine features include:
- Built-in roll feeder allows you to easily load. And cut rolled materials like vinyl and heat transfer.
The all new Cameo 4 Plotter now features a built in roll feeder. Since select rolled materials (such as vinyl and heat transfer material) have their own backing. They generally do not require a cutting mat. And can be fed directly into the Silhouette cutting machine. The Roll Feeder provides an easy and convenient way to hold rolled material. As it is being fed into the Silhouette cutting machine. Thus allowing you the convenience of cutting longer jobs. While properly aligning your material. So that it is straight as it feeds through the machine.Roll Feeder Settings:
Material Width Settings: 9 inch, 12 inch
Maximum Roll Diameter: 4.5 inches
Maximum Material Core Size: 3 inch
- Built-in Crosscutter lets you trim vinyl or heat transfer right from the roll.
On the back of the Cameo 4. You will find a built in cross cutter allowing for a clean straight edge. Cut on your vinyl roll for your next project. The new built in cross cutter features a rotary style cutter. This new cutter lasts longer. And creates the perfect cut each time.
- High Material Clearance
3mm clearance allows thicker materials like card-stock, flock heat transfer vinyl, and even fabric to easily pass through the cutter. The Cameo 4 can accommodate material up to 2mm thick.
- Sliding lid and backlit touch panel give your machine a sleek, compact aesthetic.
- Bluetooth® connectivity allows wireless cutting.
Allows for wireless cutting through the Silhouette app. Can now also give the machine a nickname in the software which carries over to other devices that pick up the Bluetooth connection. This makes knowing which machine you are sending your designs to easier in environments that may have multiple machines.