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Since purchasing a Silhouette SD digital cutter several years ago I’ve designed quite a few cut files from scratch. I sold them for a couple years in my Etsy shop but recently decided that I would remove them. I didn’t sell much volume and found it challenging supporting all the new machines, models, and file types that were coming out. I didn’t want to sell something unless I could offer some level of technical support. Rather than having them sit unused on my hard drive, I’ve decided to share some of my more popular sets with the world.
So here they are! If you’ve got a personal cutting machine (aka digital cutter) that can handle SVG files or Silhouette Studio files, you are welcome to download them here by clicking the images below. Happy cutting!. The files come in a zipped folder. I’m not sure if you’ve worked with zipped folders before but you need to unzip (or “extract”) the folder before you can use the contents. I can’t think of any other problem it might be so hopefully that solves it for you.
(In Windows extracting is as simple as right-clicking on the folder and selecting “Extract All” from the drop-down menu.) I’ve just now re-tested the files in my Silhouette Studio and I am able to open them without any trouble.
Here is the official info from Silhouette As always, the most important information is between the lines. To sum up, the Curio lets you load and cut/draw, etc. (but not necessarily cut through) thicker materials, while the Cameo lets you load and cut/draw, etc. Much larger materials. The Curio is configured for ease of embossing, etching and stippling (but with the same downforce as Cameo is still underpowered for these tasks), while the Cameo is configured for ease of paper and vinyl cutting.
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The thing you really want to look at if you are considering a Curio is samples by everyday crafters and compare those to what your Cameo can already do, or what other Cameo owners are doing. There are and some great Cameo samples at to get you started.
My initial opinion is that the Curio does a tad better embossing on vellum and card stock, but about the same on metal foil. This makes sense because with the same pressure you will still get a slightly better result with the thicker cushioning the Curio’s extra clearance allows its embossing mat to have. Hopefully we will get some side by side comparison samples soon. Here’s my comparison of the features, taking into account 3rd party accessories people have already been using to emboss, etc with the Cameo.
I will also add that if your main interest is embossing or engraving, you will likely be better served by a higher pressure machine like the Pazzles, Zing etc. If you can afford it and are not already heavily equipped with Silhouette library images. So be sure to check out samples from those machines, too, if this is your main interest. Hello, I am a small honey producer and found these labels on Etsy this season: They are nice, but were too expensive for me to use going forward, particularly if I go to double sided printing, which we need. I am not sure how she produces these labels, but assume she prints on a printer and then cuts with a Cameo or Cricut? I want to get set up to do my own custom labels, which change from year to year and product to product. Some label runs will be small, some in the 500+ range (so hand stamping cut blanks is NOT an option!).
And I want them to look somewhat polished and professional. Can you advise on what technology can help me produce hang tags like these? Kindest Regards, Janet L.