While we didn't see it on camera, one of the things that was alluded to in the video that Leo Kowal, of www.svgcuts.com, shot was that the eCraft could be used with fabric.
Craftwell has posted three dresses built from fabric, and other materials, cut by the eCraft. Each dress is created using different materials from glitter paper to wood veneer. The one we show here was created using hundreds of 1-1/2" glitter paper discs.
I won't steal their thunder by showing the other dresses. To see the others and an explanation of how each was constructed, go to eCraft's Facebook page.
This versatility was the promise that convinced me to pre-purchase an eCraft.
Up to now, the bulk of the buyers for digital die cutting machines purchased them for their scrapbook projects. The eCraft promises to open up whole new creative possibilities and markets. From what I've seen of the creativity of the scrapbooking community, I'm betting that a whole new explosion of creativity is about to burst forth in all directions.
You guys have the ideas, dedication and skills. I can hardly wait to see what you do with this new tool!
Get ready for Lift-Off!