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The Cricut Maker is a new line launched on August 20, 2017 for cutting thicker materials such as sample, basswood, loose fabrics, leather and felts. The Maker is the only Cricut machine that supports the use of a rotating blade for direct cutting of fabric and a single or double pressure variable notch wheel for cutting thicker paper than the original scoring stylus, which uses the QuickSwap body. In mid-2019, Cricut introduced four more QuickSwap hull tips. Die-cut nib, engraving nib, corrugated blade and perforation blade.
More Tools. More Materials. More Possibilities
Cricut Explore and Cricut Maker machines cut so many materials that the only limit is your imagination. From something as delicate as tissue paper to thick leather, these amazing machines can do it all. Cricut Maker has a completely different technology built into the machine, that we call the Adaptive Tool System, which allows for us to expand the suite of tools you can use for a number of cutting and scoring applications.
The Adaptive Tool System can control your tools to cut from side-to-side, move up and down, and lift and turn, so you can cut more materials with more pressure than ever before. This is what makes it easy to cut through fabric without a backer (right off of the bolt) using the all-new Rotary Blade. We’ll talk more about the Rotary Blade below. Cricut Maker can cut hundreds of materials from delicate papers and fabrics to denser materials like leather, chipboard, balsa wood and more.