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MarkeSchwarzkopf
Artikelgewicht2,7 Kg
Produktabmessungen57,2 x 21,6 x 15,2 cm
ModellnummerSILHOUETTE-CAMEO-3-4T
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Der Silhouette Cameo® 3 • Schneidet eine Vielzahl von Materialien, einschließlich Vinyl, Papier, Karton, Stoff und anderen Materialien bis zu 30cm breit und 3 Meter lang. • Verwendet die leistungsstarke Silhouette Studio® Software, um Ihre Projekte zu erstellen. • Verfügt über ein Dual-Schneidekopf für Multi-Tool und einen 2 mm Abstand zum Schneiden dickerer Materialien. • Ist der einzige Silhouette Plotter der mit dem selbsteinstellenden AutoBlade kompatibel ist. • Bluetooth-Technologie für Kabelloses Schneiden. • Ist kompatibel mit Print & Cut und PixScan ™ -Technologie. • Inklusive Silhouette Cameo® Schneidemaschine , Silhouette Studio® Software (Download von silhouetteamerica.com), Netzkabel und USB-Kabel, 12-Zoll-Schneidematte , AutoBlade Schneidmesser , einen Monat Basis-Abonnement für den Silhouette Design Store, Querschneider und 100 kostenlose digitale Designs (per e-Mail-Code). Der Silhouette Cameo® lässt sich an Ihren PC oder Mac® mit einem USB-Kabel, genau wie Ihr Drucker zu Hause anschließen. Aber Ihr CAMEO druckt nicht er schneidet! Ihr Gerät nutzt eine kleine Klinge um Papier, Karton, Vinyl, Stoff und anderen Materialien bis zu 30 cm breit und 3 Meter lang, zu schneiden. Verwenden Sie Designs und Schriftarten aus dem Silhouette Design Store oder erstellen Sie Ihre eigene individuellen Projekte. Der CAMEO verfügt über einen Dual-Schneidekopf,schneidet bis zu 2 mm dicke Materialien, Schneidemattenloses Schneiden, Bluetooth®-Technologie und die Möglichkeit, gedruckte Materialien zu registrieren und zu Schneiden. Er unterstützt PixScan™, das Auto Blade, und ist mit einer Vielzahl von Silhouette Produkten kompatibel.


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3.0 von 5 Sternen Nice, but not groundbreaking, new features 28. August 2016
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Slightly unrelated, what's with ALL the free product reviews? They're out of control.

I have the original silhouette cameo and I've had it since 2012 or 2013. I use it quite a bit, and I'm very familiar with the software. Also, I do not read instructions. My cameo 3 came with one, I think, but it didn't get opened. So take all of that into consideration.

Pros:
1. auto-blade saves a bit of time and, with my brief experience cutting both glitter paper and card stock, the autoblade settings were accurate.
2. Bluetooth is nice for minimizing cords.
3. Built in storage is nice enough. It doesn't add much to the overall size (and this version is quite a bit larger than the cameo and cameo 2), so it's good they were thoughtful about how to utilize the added size.
4. Cord management built into the machine to direct the plug to either side .
5. Touchscreen menu seems fairly responsive and intuitive.
6. New blade holder. They've switched the old clamp/key turny method of holding the blade (or pen) with a slide mechanism that is SO NICE. I did not expect this to be such a great addition, nor did I realize how fussy and inconvenient the old design really was. This feature is lovely and well thought out.
7. Dual carriage. Ok, I haven't put this through its paces quite yet. I tend to do a lot of straight cutting basic card stock, so I don't often switch to pens, fabric blades, deep cut blades, etc. However, this feature is really well designed and intuitive. It's color coded and laid out very clearly in the software, so you have a lot of control over the settings. I'm working on some designs that will use both cutting and sketching, so I think the dual carriage will be a great help when I do find I need it. That said, it's important to keep in mind the sides don't work at the same time - they're attached and move together. So, one side will cut and then, when it's finished the other side will write. You won't be able to save time by running two tasks silmultaneously.

Cons:
1. Autoblade isn't really all that "auto". I expected to stick material in the mat and go. Nope. You still select the material from the preloaded list in the silhouette software, and the blade just "auto" adjusts to those settings. It saves a bit of time, but not as much as expected and not quite as wonderful as hyped. There's absolutely no sensing or measuring of what's on the mat; you have to select and change the material settings manually.
2. My Bluetooth was a royal PITA to set up, but I think this may be an ongoing Mac issue with a failure to discover Bluetooth devices and not an issue with the cameo specifically. Turning the Bluetooth on on the cameo end was easy. However, there is an update needed to pair the silhouette software with the new cameo 3, but when you "check for updates" through the software itself, it's not an option. You have to go to the website and look for it, which seems like an oversight they can quickly fix. When there's an update available, I expect the software to at least be able to find it. Fortunately, after the initial set up issues, I haven't had any problems.
3. The touchscreen menu has speakers so you hear a click when you touch a button. This would be awesome, except mine didn't even last two hours. The sound is gone. There's a menu option to turn it off and on, but that doesn't fix the problem. I also tried shutting the machine off and on, but that also didn't fix the issue. While sound was nice, its not worth it for me to return because of this issue. However, I question the quality when a simple feature like speakers or sound breaks almost immediately. Hopefully it's a quirk not representative of the overall quality, but I'm wary.
4. Did it get louder? It definitely didn't get quieter. These things are ungodly loud. You won't be watching tv and cutting things at the same time.

So, is it worth buying? I would say yes, absolutely. Silhouette machines are useful and fun without a steep learning curve. They do what they're intended to do and their software is light years behind competitors. Seriously, the silhouette software was THE deciding factor for me when comparing brands. I've used 3 or 4 different softwares and silhouette is my favorite. It works. It's easy to use. It lets you do what you want, when you want. Although, worth noting, it doesn't let you save SVG files - you can open, alter, and cut SVG files with the designer software upgrade, but anything you save is saved as a .studio file. There are work arounds, but just something to be aware of if you plan to share custom designs with people who use different brand machines.

So, is it worth upgrading? Maybe. Once I got everything set up, I enjoyed using it more than the old, original cameo. The features they've added are nice, even when they're maybe not QUITE as nice or as useful as I would've hoped. The autoblade, Bluetooth, dual carriages, touch screen, new holder clamps, etc, are all features that make it faster and more enjoyable to use, but I wouldn't say they're necessarily nice enough or different enough to justify the price tag, unless money is no object or your work or workspace demands it. If you're currently not able to keep your machine out, for example, because it needs to be within a couple feet of your computer, then perhaps the Bluetooth capability alone would be enough to justify the purchase.

In summary, it's a nice machine and pleasant to use, once everything is set up. The new features are very welcome, but not really as revolutionary as they might seem. I would say, though, the cameo 3 is nicer to use than the original cameo. It's a little bit easier and a little bit quicker. If you use the machine often enough, those improvements may be worth the $250 price tag if you're upgrading or contemplating new vs used older version. However, I don't think any of the features are nice enough or big enough game changers that someone should feel they have to upgrade. At its heart, the cameo hasn't changed much since inception. And, lastly, I'm a small bit wary of the quality and longevity of the cameo 3, given the immediate speaker/sound issues. I'm afraid it may be indicative of larger quality control issues.

I'll update if/when my opinions change.

Update: I've been using it for 2 or 3 weeks, and I continue to have random Bluetooth issues. My computer says it's connected, silhoettes own software says its connected, but still sometimes cut jobs sit in limbo, cued but doing nothing. Clearing it and resending it does nothing. Turning off the machine and closing the software sometimes resolves the issue and then it works totally fine. I don't think this is a mac issue as other times it's totally fine, and it always shows as a connected device. It seems to be a problem with communicating with the machine. If you plan to buy this specifically for bluetooth, perhaps consider waiting until these issues are resolved. Or just don't expect it to work every single time.
304 von 332 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen The Silhouette Cameo 3 was worth the wait! 11. August 2016
Von P's Mommy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I’ll start by saying that this is my second Silhouette Cameo machine. I’ve had the original Silhouette Cameo 1 since early 2012, which was just after it was released. I have the Silhouette Curio and Mint machines as well. I also have the Cricut Explore Air and Brother Scan N Cut. I’ve owned several other Cricut machines in the past. I share all this to say, I’m not new to die cutting machines and software. Of them all, I’ve found the Silhouette Studio software to be the most user friendly, by far.
I unboxed this machine the minute it arrived and quickly got to work following the instructions at the website listed on the decal that was stuck to the machine. Make sure you register your machine by entering the serial number. Once you’ve registered your machine, you get a $25 download credit via email to be used in the Silhouette Design store. This credit expires one month from the date you enter it, so make sure you use it all up. If you don’t use it, you lose it. Those designs are yours to keep. The firmware actually took the full 15 minutes to download. I had issues getting the software update to download from there, so I went to the Silhouette website and just downloaded the latest Silhouette software update . The Bluetooth wasn't released when I initially wrote this review, but a week after that, I was able to use the Blue Tooth. It was a little tricky to pair it, but you go into the settings on your cameo by touching the arrow on the language screen and then turning the Bluetooth on, and then you go to the settings in your laptop to pair it to the Cameo.
I played with this thing until late last night and then 12 hours today just so that I could test everything out and write an accurate review. As far as the function of the machine, it worked flawlessly for me once I figured out the new features with it. I am uploading a video along with this review to show how I used those new features, if you want to check it out. I was really skeptical about the automatic blade. I’ve never had good luck with the preset cut suggestions working on my selected materials in the past, so I expected this to be the same, but I was pleasantly surprised when it worked so perfectly. I tested it on card stock, heat transfer vinyl (HTV), and outdoor vinyl with and without a mat. I didn’t have to change a thing. I just fed my selected media into the machine, and it worked flawlessly. As you can see in my video, I tested the dual carriage feature using the automatic blade in the red tool 1 slot and a silhouette sketch pen in the blue tool 2 slot. It is important to note that the automatic blade will ONLY work in the red tool 1 slot. The new dual carriages (blade holders) lock and unlock by pushing in and pulling out on the mechanism. I much prefer this to twisting like the previous models, because I know people that twisted just a little too hard on them and broke the blade holder. You can use the ratchet blade and sketch pens in either side. The automatic blade adjusts just after you send your project to the silhouette machine to cut, unless you were using that same media on the previous project, like me in my video. In that case, it doesn't have to auto adjust because it is already adjusted to that setting. When it does auto adjust, it moves all the way to the left side and taps several times until it gets to the proper setting for the material you selected, then it begins cutting just like the previous models. This machine may be a little quieter than the previous models, but the noise has never bothered me, so I’m not 100% sure it is quieter.
Vinyl is the only material that can be cut without a mat, as far as I know. When you cut without the mat, you have to unlock the release lever on the right side, then hold the roller head with your fingers in one hand and then the roller body with the fingers on your other hand and twist them in opposite directions to get it to switch it to the unlocked position. You then slide the entire roller over to the left until it slips into the next grooves, and then twist to lock back into position and flip the release lever back up. When you want to use your mat again, just reverse the instructions. These instructions and illustrations are on the inside of the lid, but I’m mentioning because I found it very difficult to twist mine the first few times. It got better the more times I used it. I think it loosened up after a few uses, so don’t get discouraged.
I checked to see if the my Silhouette America Roll Feeder from the previous model would work with this machine and I’m happy to say it did work great. Unfortunately, the Silhouette CAMEO Tweed Rolling Tote for Scrapbooking and the Silhouette Cameo Dust Cover, Teal from the previous Cameo 1 and 2 models won’t work because this machine is larger. I really tried to stuff the new Cameo 3 in the bag, but I just couldn't get it to go through the zippered opening without ripping the bag. All of the mats, pens, and blades from the previous Cameo models can be used with this machine. You can even use your CB09 blade as well. You just have to manually adjust it, just as you did with the previous models. You just won’t select the automatic blade when using something you have to manually adjust. You will choose the ratcheting blade just as you did before.
My overall impression of the new Cameo 3 is that it is amazing! The automatic blade takes all of the guess work out of cutting the pre-set materials listed in the software. I think the Bluetooth is amazing as well. I lose things right under my nose all the time, especially when they are small, so the extra storage is a much needed addition. I keep my pick and cutter in the drawers located on the front underside of the machine in between projects and I store my extra blades in the 2 blade storage slots located to the left of the dual blade carriage. When I’m done for the day, I just close the drawer. The new mat/media guides are extremely helpful for keeping your mat or media straight as it is fed into the machine. I like that they fold away when not in use, as I don't use them often. I'm use to lining my media up on the line with 2 arrows located on the left front side of the machine.
I feel that this machine was definitely worth the wait and they really improved it over the previous models. The only feature they didn't add that I would have loved to have was a wider cut area. Maybe that will come with the Cameo 4, but I'm completely content with this for now.
I uploaded a video of the different things I tested with this machine, to accompany this review. I hope it helps.

*Update: since originally posting this review, I tested a 12x24 cricut brand mat with the Cameo 3 because it's the only brand I had in that size and I needed to use it. It worked perfectly with the auto blade. Note: someone mentioned to me that using a cricut mat voids the warranty on the cameo, so just do whatever you're ok with doing. I still prefer the cameo mats, but when in a pinch, it might help you as well.
*Update #2: After reading another review about the mat being too sticky, I figured I should come back and offer a little advice that has always helped me when I get a new mat. When you first open the mat, it is very sticky. I always put the mat on my t-shirt a couple of times to reduce the sticky a little. It always helps me, but with paper or card stock, you still need to curl the mat off of the paper rather than curling the paper off of the mat. It gives you much less curl in your paper because the mat has more give than the paper. I hope this helps.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is my third Cameo, here are a few tips.... 19. September 2016
Von snd0113 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Let me start by saying, I never ever write a review, and I buy from amazon almost daily. This is my third Cameo, I had the 1 & 2 before this one. I also have the Brother Scan & Cut 2, and the Cricut Explore; so I know a little bit of electronic cutting machines. From the three brands silhouette is the one that alouds you, and give you the power to be more creative, therefore the learning curve is a little bit more steeper. You need to know about this before you decide to purchase this machine. You will need to dedicate some time to learn how to use it, and how to use the software. That means hours on Youtube, hours on silhouette blogs (Silhouette School), hours on Facebook silhouette groups. If you have the time and you are willing to do this, you will open a pandora box in your life, is like magic. There are few tips I going to tell you before you push the buy it now button. First if you are going to use it on paper crafting you need a hight quality card stock, a cheap card stock won't work in any of the machines, and cheap I don't necessary mean on the price, I mean the quality. Card stocks books from Hobby Lobby and Michaels always work for me. Another important tip, I would share with you is the blade, silhouette black ratchet blade is the worst blade on the market, horrible, specially for paper. The automatic blade is better, but more expensive, the deep blade the same. I would suggest you to buy the the CB09 bladehttps://www.amazon.com/Graphtec-Holder-Plotter-Degree-Blades/dp/B01IXRKYT8/ref=sr_1_5_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1474296797&sr=8-5&keywords=cb09+blade. It is cheaper & last so much longer than the silhouette blade, it does not have a guide like the silhouette blade, but you can use the silhouette blade as a guide for this one. You can watch some videos on youtube for how to use it. After a few times using it, you would not need a guide anymore. I decided to make a review of the machine, after noticing so many bad reviews that were made by people that are newbies, and most of them are frustrate, because they probably were not expecting a steep learning curve as I was at the beginning, it took me a month of non stoping reading and watching videos, but I also was very frustrate, before I took some of my time to really learn. Anyway this is a long review for somebody that hate writing reviews, I hope it help make your decision easier or give you some inside.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen BROKE AFTER TWO WEEKS! 15. März 2017
Von TP - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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First, let me say that my business revolves entirely around this machine. I've used Silhouette cutters before with great success, so I was really excited about this model. However, it broke after only TWO WEEKS of use. It started by only registering about half the time, with the other half resulting in an error. When it did cut, it would suddenly skip to an inch above where it should have been. Other times it would pause mid-cut and either shut off or stall out. Sometimes the screen would flash colors randomly. In short, it was an absolute mess. Here's a breakdown of the customer service responses from Silhouette:

-Called to report issue and was placed on hold for an hour. Then the call was ended by Silhouette (they hung up).

-Called to report the issue and managed to speak to a human being. I requested a new machine based on the fact that I am very experienced with Silhouette software and firmware, but could find no solution to the problem and suspected it may be a wiring issue.

-She "reassured" me that she could fix it and asked me questions over a thirty minute period. She then suggested I "take it back for a refund", which is outrageous because EVERY Silhouette retailer has a "no open box" return policy. The fact that I had to notify her of that makes me wonder how many people have wasted time trying to return their items.

-I confirmed my firmware and software were up to date. She suggested I use the Silhouette design program to "check for updates" using the feature on the toolbar. When I tried to do so, it said no updates could be found. She "reassured" me that there were probably updates and that I wouldn't be able to search for them through the program because there was a huge glitch in that feature. Then why have me do it?

-When I asked if any recent updates were having problems, she admitted that an update in January had caused "a ton of bugs". Not what any customer wants to hear.

-After telling me that a replacement machine would be the most likely route after checking my firmware and software options, she had me re-install them both, but not before she promptly ended the call stating that she needed to stop for the day because her "shift ended in a couple hours". Well, how about the hours I wasted on the phone? By this time, the count was well into four hours.

-I answered all her questions, ran all the system checks she asked for, updated/re-installed all the firmware and software, and took pictures of all the error screens she asked for, with the understanding she would call me back the next day. She didn't.

-I waited on hold another hour the next day until Silhouette hung up on me.

-I emailed support, asking for an immediate replacement for my machine that was TWO WEEKS OLD and included all the information and pictures I had previously sent to the first rep.

-I received an email back stating that in order to even be considered for a product replacement, I would now have to send in video of the malfunctions to "prove" my machine was doing what I claimed.

I can't deal with this anymore. It's outrageous that I spent close to $300.00 for two weeks of ownership, half of which was full of frustration and malfunction. My business revolves around my need for a precision cutter, and I've lost out on a ton of sales because of this disaster of a machine. Not to mention the time and supplies I've wasted having to "prove" my machine is really malfunctioning. My first call was in early February and this has still not been resolved. My guess is their waiting for me to go away.

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1.0 von 5 Sternen ... and used it a TON it had some glitches like cutting off track and not cutting properly but usually ... 8. März 2017
Von Haley Ann Bendall - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I previously owned the original Silhouette cameo I used it to run my sign business and used it a TON it had some glitches like cutting off track and not cutting properly but usually I could change up how I was trying to cut the design and it would work. unfortunately it completely died and stopped cutting correctly all together after using it for 3 years. Naturally I upgraded to the Cameo 3 which had some features I was excited about unfortunately it doesn't work well at all and the issues I had with the original cameo pale in comparison to the absolute headache this machine is.

It will NOT connect to my computer which is a HP (I've seen reviews that MAC users have lots of issues) it just says "paused" when ever I send a project to the machine and then never cuts. So I have to save everything to an SD card and cut directly on the machine without hooking it to my computer super frustrating since I often need to make a tiny change or adjustment to a design and have to save and unload and re load it to an SD card. Additionally on top of that Bluetooth will not work at all. Lastly it picks and chooses what it will and wont cut. I tried a design and it cut a portion of it but the words in a different font, but when I tried to cut words written in the "Arial" font which is the DEFAULT font for this machine, it would not cut it just cut a bunch of randomness. I tried EVERYTHING to get it to cut and it wouldn't cut right. Basically this new model is a complete and utter piece of garbage do not waste your time or money! I am now a blogger and no longer run my sign shop, but share many of my project tutorials on YouTube which include clips of the machine with links to purchase this product. I can no longer in good faith promote a company who is putting out such terrible equipment .I will be making the switch to another brand in the very near future.
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