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MTC for Brother Scan-n-cut?

bobbirnbobbirn Member Posts: 1
I have a Brother Scan-n-cut and LOVE, LOVE, Love MTC, but have not been able to use it since they blocked the use on the Cricut.  Is there a dll for the scan-n-cut or the Sizzix eclips?


  • Crazy_Mr_ZingCrazy_Mr_Zing Member Posts: 3,162
    edited December 2017
    This is the list of plugin available for Make the Cut

    As you can see Neither the Brother or Sizzix Machines are list

    I think you would be able to export cutting designs for Make the Cut as SVG file and import this to Brother Canvas Software

    I think the software included with the sizzix is ecal which is a exclusive sizzix version of  Sure Cuts a Lot software  . I'm not sure if that software allows svg import
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  • Chubby_NinjaChubby_Ninja Member Posts: 55
    edited December 2017
    eCal imports SVG but eCal Lite doesn't.


    They should use tick marks not X to indicate available options on that comparison chart. >:)
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  • juliefesjuliefes Member Posts: 4,864
    Scan N Cut has its own built in cutting interface.  The best way to use Make The Cut with it is to select all (Ctrl+A) in MTC and export as SVG (CTrl+Shift+S). The resulting SVG file can be used with the Scan N Cut by either importing into its free online Canvas software and sending to the machine via the wireless card if you have that, or saving to a thumb drive, plugging the thumb drive into the machine's USB, and loading the file into the SNC for cutting. The design will be resized to fit on the screen, so be sure that the file is not larger than 11.73" wide and 11.65" long, or if using the 24" long mat, the max length is 23.74" Use the latest version of MTC, version 4.6.2, as it will export the SVG file in the correct size for use with SNC.
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