This is a great machine made for those that want to cut not only vinyl films, but also thicker and tougher materials. KNK Force can produce up to 39N of downforce. Because of that, you can add an optional rotary attachment and turn this vinyl cutter into a fully functional CNC milling machine.
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Pro Can handle thick materials well
This vinyl cutter is capable of producing up to 39N of downforce. While this might seem like a total overkill when it comes to cutting vinyl, it opens up possibilities to cutting thicker, more robust materials, such as plastics.
Pro Can be used as a CNC milling machine
This machine can be turned into a competent CNC milling machine by adding an optional rotary tool attachment. With this accessory, you will be able to cut 3mm wooden and acrylic plates.
Pro Cross-platform, efficient software
The KNK Force has a built-in computer, and you can access it using a web browser on any Windows, Linux, iOs, or Android device. Even more, you can seamlessly switch from one device to another. The embedded software is called C3, and it accepts design files in the form of .svg files.
Pro Can be monitored remotelly
Due to the built-in WiFi module, you can access your KNK Force vinyl cutter from anywhere where you have an Internet connection. This means that you can monitor the machine's job's progress remotely, from a smartphone, for example.
Con Limited workplace
The maximum media width that this machine can accept is only 15”. This is the most obvious limitation this machine has. Furthermore, 15” vinyl rolls are not as easy to get as 12” and 24” rolls.