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Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition

Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition

Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
Silhouette Cameo 4 with Bluetooth, 12x12 Cutting Mat, Autoblade 2, 100 Designs and Silhouette Studio Software - White Edition
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Features

  • Bonus content on Amazon only: digital copy of the silhouette Handbook and 10 exclusive designs. The silhouette Cameo 4 is the evolution in desktop cutting. Conveniently stored in the machine's compact pull-out drawer is a new built in roll feeder for quickly cutting vinyl and heat transfer material directly from a roll. On the back of the Cameo 4 You will find a built in cross cutter allowing for a clean straight edge cut on your vinyl roll for your next project.
  • The Cameo unique dual carriage allows for tool Type detection. The machine's ultra-smart system uses tool sensor technology that detects what tool you are using which then triggers the silhouette Studio software to adjust cut settings automatically.
  • The Cameo 4 stands apart from previous models with the new dual motor system, which allows you to cut in two distinct ways. Carriage one provides the Cameo 4 with unparalleled speed. It is operated from a solenoid motor that gives makers smooth and intricate cuts. Cameo 4 can cut or sketch up to 3x faster than previous models without sacrificing accuracy. Carriage two is operated by an entirely different style of motor that allows for unprecedented power.
  • The Cameo 4 carriage 2 boasts additional cutting force! With the increased downforce of the Cameo 4, we now offer a new rotary and Kraft blade (Sold separately) that have been specifically designed to operate with the Cameo smart tangential technology. With smart tangential technology the Cameo 4 cuts thicker material without sacrificing quality with each cut. The Cameo 4 offers true mat-less cutting which allows cutting cardstock, paper, and other materials without using a mat.
  • The autoblade has been reconfigured especially for the Cameo 4. This second generation autoblade will have a single-tap reset which will reduce the time needed for the Cameo 4 to automatically adjust the blade setting for your project.

Description

Silhouette Cameo 4


Product Dimensions 7.87 x 22.44 x 6.69 inches


Item Weight 13 pounds


ASIN B07VLB3627


Item model number SILH-CAMEO-4-WHT-5T


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 608 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #926 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing) #8 in Scrapbooking Die-Cut Machines


Date First Available September 4, 2019


Manufacturer Silhouette America


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Features

  • Bonus content on Amazon only: digital copy of the silhouette Handbook and 10 exclusive designs. The silhouette Cameo 4 is the evolution in desktop cutting. Conveniently stored in the machine's compact pull-out drawer is a new built in roll feeder for quickly cutting vinyl and heat transfer material directly from a roll. On the back of the Cameo 4 You will find a built in cross cutter allowing for a clean straight edge cut on your vinyl roll for your next project.
  • The Cameo unique dual carriage allows for tool Type detection. The machine's ultra-smart system uses tool sensor technology that detects what tool you are using which then triggers the silhouette Studio software to adjust cut settings automatically.
  • The Cameo 4 stands apart from previous models with the new dual motor system, which allows you to cut in two distinct ways. Carriage one provides the Cameo 4 with unparalleled speed. It is operated from a solenoid motor that gives makers smooth and intricate cuts. Cameo 4 can cut or sketch up to 3x faster than previous models without sacrificing accuracy. Carriage two is operated by an entirely different style of motor that allows for unprecedented power.
  • The Cameo 4 carriage 2 boasts additional cutting force! With the increased downforce of the Cameo 4, we now offer a new rotary and Kraft blade (Sold separately) that have been specifically designed to operate with the Cameo smart tangential technology. With smart tangential technology the Cameo 4 cuts thicker material without sacrificing quality with each cut. The Cameo 4 offers true mat-less cutting which allows cutting cardstock, paper, and other materials without using a mat.
  • The autoblade has been reconfigured especially for the Cameo 4. This second generation autoblade will have a single-tap reset which will reduce the time needed for the Cameo 4 to automatically adjust the blade setting for your project.

Description

Silhouette Cameo 4


Product Dimensions 7.87 x 22.44 x 6.69 inches


Item Weight 13 pounds


ASIN B07VLB3627


Item model number SILH-CAMEO-4-WHT-5T


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 608 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #926 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing) #8 in Scrapbooking Die-Cut Machines


Date First Available September 4, 2019


Manufacturer Silhouette America


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Bonus content on Amazon only: digital copy of the silhouette Handbook and 10 exclusive designs. The silhouette Cameo 4 is the evolution in desktop cutting. Conveniently stored in the machine's compact pull-out drawer is a new built in roll feeder for quickly cutting vinyl and heat transfer material directly from a roll. On the back of the Cameo 4 You will find a built in cross cutter allowing for a clean straight edge cut on your vinyl roll for your next project.
  • The Cameo unique dual carriage allows for tool Type detection. The machine's ultra-smart system uses tool sensor technology that detects what tool you are using which then triggers the silhouette Studio software to adjust cut settings automatically.
  • The Cameo 4 stands apart from previous models with the new dual motor system, which allows you to cut in two distinct ways. Carriage one provides the Cameo 4 with unparalleled speed. It is operated from a solenoid motor that gives makers smooth and intricate cuts. Cameo 4 can cut or sketch up to 3x faster than previous models without sacrificing accuracy. Carriage two is operated by an entirely different style of motor that allows for unprecedented power.
  • The Cameo 4 carriage 2 boasts additional cutting force! With the increased downforce of the Cameo 4, we now offer a new rotary and Kraft blade (Sold separately) that have been specifically designed to operate with the Cameo smart tangential technology. With smart tangential technology the Cameo 4 cuts thicker material without sacrificing quality with each cut. The Cameo 4 offers true mat-less cutting which allows cutting cardstock, paper, and other materials without using a mat.
  • The autoblade has been reconfigured especially for the Cameo 4. This second generation autoblade will have a single-tap reset which will reduce the time needed for the Cameo 4 to automatically adjust the blade setting for your project.

Description

Silhouette Cameo 4


Product Dimensions 7.87 x 22.44 x 6.69 inches


Item Weight 13 pounds


ASIN B07VLB3627


Item model number SILH-CAMEO-4-WHT-5T


Customer Reviews 4.2 out of 5 stars 608 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #926 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing) #8 in Scrapbooking Die-Cut Machines


Date First Available September 4, 2019


Manufacturer Silhouette America


abunda_amazon_reviews I will continue to update this review. 10/4/19: I purchased my Cameo 4 on Amazon as soon as it was available. I’m interested in vinyl cutting and crafting. After 20 minutes of failing and fussing, I was able to create perfect vinyl cuts. The reason the first few failed was I had ‘Ratchet blade’ selected in the SEND menu. It looked like a ratchet blade with the numbering and ruled lines. I was more surprised the Cameo 4 wasn’t able to initially recognize the auto blade was installed. I then reset to Auto Blade and selected SEND. It failed the test cut. The blade made motions as if it was cutting but no marks on vinyl. Next up I increased the cutting depth, tried again. This time only slightly indenting material, no cuts. Here is where meaningful instructions would improve the customer experience. After a few internet searches, I found a recommendation to check blades built in dial settings. The Auto-blade supplied with my Cameo 4 was set to a depth of 5. I reset by pressing in the tip while the indicator moved to its lowest setting. Simple enough, reinstalled cutting tool, selected ‘Vinyl Glossy’ Auto-blade and sent it through once again. This time yielding perfect cuts using both vinyl sheets and built in roll feeder. Noise Level: It's not broken or trying to call for help. The cutting mechanism sounds alien with its fluctuating wine underlying a distressed clunky mechanical meshing sound. It’s particularly noisy when cutting curves, likely from Silhouette’s servo/stepper motor design choices. Hopefully future models will be quieter but at least you know your Cameo 4 is operating properly. 10/18 Silhouette Studio released a software update.. In settings I have this selected to check for updates weekly. This is a good thing. As with any new device bug fixes and improvements would be made available for your computer to automatically download and install. Check the video I uploaded showing the Cameo 4 in action. It is still loud, but I noticed it now has a more melodic flow to the gear grinding noise. Turn up the volume, ET phone home..! Touch Display: a very clean look. Just don’t expect help here. From what I can see it’s a back illuminated cover over 8 buttons, consisting of Pause, 6 direction arrows and a Bluetooth/USB button indicator (blue when connected). Roll feeder: Nice trimming feature by advancing roll vinyl through the cutter you can easily and cleanly use a sliding blade to cut sheets into any length. The few times I tried this, it worked well but the button logic is reversed. Push down to advance vinyl forward. Firmware update: During initial setup the Cameo 4 requires internet access to perform a firmware update. This worked well using USB cable connected to my iMac. Completing in less than 1 minute. Construction: Well built where the Knife or other tools come in contact with your materials. As far as the Lid, Roll Feeder and rear slicing assembly. Lots of tiny plastic pivot points. Use gingerly. Bluetooth: I couldn't find much help.. Silhouette's troubleshooting steps refer to Cameo 3's Touchscreen. I've added 2 photos, The first shows the device's touchpad indictor glow WHITE. No Bluetooth in use. If it switches to Blue it is communicating with your computer. To get to this point, with Silhouette Studio open, I had to POWER down my Cameo by unplugging it. Wait a minute plug power back in. Check the Cameo's touchpad for the Blue indicator or check the bottom right on the SEND screen, device status. See Photo 2. This shows both my USB and Bluetooth successfully connected. There is no upside to having both options connected. If your computer is close enough to the Cameo 4 use USB, otherwise Bluetooth if you are not too far away. Design Studio: My disappointment stems from upgrading to Design Studio ($25). You have to further upgrade to the top tier software level Business ($40), in order to export your creations to standard file formats that can be used in other programs or devices. Registration marks: There are 2 kinds. One for print and cut type crafting where the software places machine readable marks on the page. The other is when you make a multi-color decal. For this just create a vertical and horizontal rectangle near the edge. The cameo will cut these out. They are used to help you align the various color vinyl sheets. I tried to just turn on Registration marks with a normal cut out, it fails because it’s looking for the PRINT part of a Print and Cut. Don’t turn on registration marks for regular vinyl cutting. Cutting Vinyl: The most common products you will use is 631 and 651 vinyl. Type 651 is solvent based adhesive that is considered permanent. 631 is removable with a less glossy finish. Neither 631 or 651 is listed in the drop down list of Material types in Silhouette studio. Instead it's Vinyl Shinny and several other varieties. Here is where some trial and error is required. I’ve shown in photos trying to ‘weed’ small font cutouts. These were 70 pt or about half and inch tall. I experimented with many different settings. I was able able to cleanly remove the surrounding vinyl on the 4th try. Note: Always check material settings before cutting. The Materials drop down defaults to CARDSTOCK. This needs to be changed to cut other types of product. November Software update. This update installs software to enable use of Cameo 4’s new cutting blades. Design Studio License is a Rip Off Might be time to remove a star. I bought into Design Studio up to the business level. I purchased objects and the coresponding .SVG files. Today I find myself with a need to export into another program so I can send the file off for a sublimation print. However..objects I purchased and designed with do not export. WTH Silhouette? I can export as PNG or JPEG but the color profile doesn't match the finished art. See screen shot.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Highly Recommended: Some Trial & Error learning;;wowography;;;I have been a Cameo user for years. I have the 2 and 3.I also have the Cricut maker. The Cricut will cut leather,I just don't like the sofware as well as Silhouette's. I was looking forward to using this to cut leather since this has a lot more gram force that the 3. Well you still can't cut it with the auto blade and the knife ,kraft and rotary blades aren't out yet. Silhouette didn't learn a thing about releases. They did the same thing Cricut did and people were mad about it. Silhouette, RELEASE IT ALL AT THE SAME TIME. We buy these and they can't do all you say because you didn't release the equipment to do it all. When it doesn't do what you say people will send them back because you only have a small window to return it. Also it isn't just one tap as they lead you to believe. It does tap less but it isn't just one. Mine wouldn't move at all to the number I put in the software. After about an hour when I took the blade out to reset it for about the 10th time the bottom fell off. I screwed it back in real tight and it then did adjust the way it's suppose to. All in all it's a good machine. I wouldn't rush to get it though till they come out with the rest of the blades. MIne will go back.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Cameo 4 will be better when they come out with the knife blade,kraft blade and rotary blade;;gadgetgal;;;I really hate that I wasted money and time on this product. The directions were clear and easy but I was unable to get this machine to work. Silhouette has very poor customer service. There is no phone support, only chat and email. Almost a week later I still haven’t gotten a response from email, and it took over an hour for a response from chat.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Nonexistent Customer Service;;Shelley H.;;;Every time it starts up I get this, ever single time. All software and firmware are up to date. Pretty frustrating for a brand new machine.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;So far No Good;;Shelli Hall;;;Love the cameo 4, I have used the cameo 2 and 3 along with a cricut orginal expression. I use All my machines with SCAL (sure cuts a lot). I use cardstock of all kinds for my online business of dies cuts and have 3 machines running at once. The best thing about the cameo 4 is speed it’s defiantly faster even compared to the 3. Also I usually have to “multi-cut” and do not have to with this machine.... cuts through perfect first time. unloading paper and loading is also Quicker and smooth. The digital screen is gone completely it just has the arrows and load/unload buttons but I do miss the ”Repeat job” option the cameo 3 had but not a big deal. Also when opening the lid of the machine it’s NOT a cover it slides up and under so be careful as I almost broke mine off not realizing how it slides back and out of the way. The auto blade is also a bit deferent it reads from right to left and the cameo 3 is from left to right meaning 10-0 and 0-10.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Worth the upgrade faster machine!;;Amazon Customer;;;I was afraid to use it, but now I design and cut it easily. The program is very easy for the beginner.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Easy to use;;samassmoum;;;The Cameo 4 brings us some great upgrades on the Cameo 3. The retractable cover is a space saver! Then comes the moveable roller with updated lock, looks like this one might work way better over time then the Cameo 3 that kept coming unlocked on mine. I can't say enough about the new feature that allows the software to know what type of blade that is installed. I can't tell you how many times I forgot to change to auto blade and messed up my cuts. So far it's working perfectly! It's faster and a bit quieter for sure.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Worth the upgrade!;;stephanie;;;Much better than the Cricut Maker! Probably not quite as easy to use as the Maker as Cricut is for the average mom to get in the game. But this isn't that much harder and I am all about performance and features. The Cameo 4 out does the Maker everytime. It can cut thicker product. It looks sleeker, more modern and futuristic. I did ALOT of comparison shopping on the features of them both before buying. Cameo 4 was the obvious choice after hours research and I am very pleased with my choice!;;Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Cameo 4 is superior to Cricut Maker;;Heather B

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By wowography - Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2019
Highly Recommended: Some Trial & Error learning
I will continue to update this review. 10/4/19: I purchased my Cameo 4 on Amazon as soon as it was available. I’m interested in vinyl cutting and crafting. After 20 minutes of failing and fussing, I was able to create perfect vinyl cuts. The reason the first few failed was I had ‘Ratchet blade’ selected in the SEND menu. It looked like a ratchet blade with the numbering and ruled lines. I was more surprised the Cameo 4 wasn’t able to initially recognize the auto blade was installed. I then reset to Auto Blade and selected SEND. It failed the test cut. The blade made motions as if it was cutting but no marks on vinyl. Next up I increased the cutting depth, tried again. This time only slightly indenting material, no cuts. Here is where meaningful instructions would improve the customer experience. After a few internet searches, I found a recommendation to check blades built in dial settings. The Auto-blade supplied with my Cameo 4 was set to a depth of 5. I reset by pressing in the tip while the indicator moved to its lowest setting. Simple enough, reinstalled cutting tool, selected ‘Vinyl Glossy’ Auto-blade and sent it through once again. This time yielding perfect cuts using both vinyl sheets and built in roll feeder. Noise Level: It's not broken or trying to call for help. The cutting mechanism sounds alien with its fluctuating wine underlying a distressed clunky mechanical meshing sound. It’s particularly noisy when cutting curves, likely from Silhouette’s servo/stepper motor design choices. Hopefully future models will be quieter but at least you know your Cameo 4 is operating properly. 10/18 Silhouette Studio released a software update.. In settings I have this selected to check for updates weekly. This is a good thing. As with any new device bug fixes and improvements would be made available for your computer to automatically download and install. Check the video I uploaded showing the Cameo 4 in action. It is still loud, but I noticed it now has a more melodic flow to the gear grinding noise. Turn up the volume, ET phone home..! Touch Display: a very clean look. Just don’t expect help here. From what I can see it’s a back illuminated cover over 8 buttons, consisting of Pause, 6 direction arrows and a Bluetooth/USB button indicator (blue when connected). Roll feeder: Nice trimming feature by advancing roll vinyl through the cutter you can easily and cleanly use a sliding blade to cut sheets into any length. The few times I tried this, it worked well but the button logic is reversed. Push down to advance vinyl forward. Firmware update: During initial setup the Cameo 4 requires internet access to perform a firmware update. This worked well using USB cable connected to my iMac. Completing in less than 1 minute. Construction: Well built where the Knife or other tools come in contact with your materials. As far as the Lid, Roll Feeder and rear slicing assembly. Lots of tiny plastic pivot points. Use gingerly. Bluetooth: I couldn't find much help.. Silhouette's troubleshooting steps refer to Cameo 3's Touchscreen. I've added 2 photos, The first shows the device's touchpad indictor glow WHITE. No Bluetooth in use. If it switches to Blue it is communicating with your computer. To get to this point, with Silhouette Studio open, I had to POWER down my Cameo by unplugging it. Wait a minute plug power back in. Check the Cameo's touchpad for the Blue indicator or check the bottom right on the SEND screen, device status. See Photo 2. This shows both my USB and Bluetooth successfully connected. There is no upside to having both options connected. If your computer is close enough to the Cameo 4 use USB, otherwise Bluetooth if you are not too far away. Design Studio: My disappointment stems from upgrading to Design Studio ($25). You have to further upgrade to the top tier software level Business ($40), in order to export your creations to standard file formats that can be used in other programs or devices. Registration marks: There are 2 kinds. One for print and cut type crafting where the software places machine readable marks on the page. The other is when you make a multi-color decal. For this just create a vertical and horizontal rectangle near the edge. The cameo will cut these out. They are used to help you align the various color vinyl sheets. I tried to just turn on Registration marks with a normal cut out, it fails because it’s looking for the PRINT part of a Print and Cut. Don’t turn on registration marks for regular vinyl cutting. Cutting Vinyl: The most common products you will use is 631 and 651 vinyl. Type 651 is solvent based adhesive that is considered permanent. 631 is removable with a less glossy finish. Neither 631 or 651 is listed in the drop down list of Material types in Silhouette studio. Instead it's Vinyl Shinny and several other varieties. Here is where some trial and error is required. I’ve shown in photos trying to ‘weed’ small font cutouts. These were 70 pt or about half and inch tall. I experimented with many different settings. I was able able to cleanly remove the surrounding vinyl on the 4th try. Note: Always check material settings before cutting. The Materials drop down defaults to CARDSTOCK. This needs to be changed to cut other types of product. November Software update. This update installs software to enable use of Cameo 4’s new cutting blades. Design Studio License is a Rip Off Might be time to remove a star. I bought into Design Studio up to the business level. I purchased objects and the coresponding .SVG files. Today I find myself with a need to export into another program so I can send the file off for a sublimation print. However..objects I purchased and designed with do not export. WTH Silhouette? I can export as PNG or JPEG but the color profile doesn't match the finished art. See screen shot.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By gadgetgal - Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2019
Cameo 4 will be better when they come out with the knife blade,kraft blade and rotary blade
I have been a Cameo user for years. I have the 2 and 3.I also have the Cricut maker. The Cricut will cut leather,I just don't like the sofware as well as Silhouette's. I was looking forward to using this to cut leather since this has a lot more gram force that the 3. Well you still can't cut it with the auto blade and the knife ,kraft and rotary blades aren't out yet. Silhouette didn't learn a thing about releases. They did the same thing Cricut did and people were mad about it. Silhouette, RELEASE IT ALL AT THE SAME TIME. We buy these and they can't do all you say because you didn't release the equipment to do it all. When it doesn't do what you say people will send them back because you only have a small window to return it. Also it isn't just one tap as they lead you to believe. It does tap less but it isn't just one. Mine wouldn't move at all to the number I put in the software. After about an hour when I took the blade out to reset it for about the 10th time the bottom fell off. I screwed it back in real tight and it then did adjust the way it's suppose to. All in all it's a good machine. I wouldn't rush to get it though till they come out with the rest of the blades. MIne will go back.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Shelley H. - Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2019
Nonexistent Customer Service
I really hate that I wasted money and time on this product. The directions were clear and easy but I was unable to get this machine to work. Silhouette has very poor customer service. There is no phone support, only chat and email. Almost a week later I still haven’t gotten a response from email, and it took over an hour for a response from chat.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Shelli Hall - Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2019
So far No Good
Every time it starts up I get this, ever single time. All software and firmware are up to date. Pretty frustrating for a brand new machine.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019
Worth the upgrade faster machine!
Love the cameo 4, I have used the cameo 2 and 3 along with a cricut orginal expression. I use All my machines with SCAL (sure cuts a lot). I use cardstock of all kinds for my online business of dies cuts and have 3 machines running at once. The best thing about the cameo 4 is speed it’s defiantly faster even compared to the 3. Also I usually have to “multi-cut” and do not have to with this machine.... cuts through perfect first time. unloading paper and loading is also Quicker and smooth. The digital screen is gone completely it just has the arrows and load/unload buttons but I do miss the ”Repeat job” option the cameo 3 had but not a big deal. Also when opening the lid of the machine it’s NOT a cover it slides up and under so be careful as I almost broke mine off not realizing how it slides back and out of the way. The auto blade is also a bit deferent it reads from right to left and the cameo 3 is from left to right meaning 10-0 and 0-10.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By samassmoum - Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2019
Easy to use
I was afraid to use it, but now I design and cut it easily. The program is very easy for the beginner.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By stephanie - Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2019
Worth the upgrade!
The Cameo 4 brings us some great upgrades on the Cameo 3. The retractable cover is a space saver! Then comes the moveable roller with updated lock, looks like this one might work way better over time then the Cameo 3 that kept coming unlocked on mine. I can't say enough about the new feature that allows the software to know what type of blade that is installed. I can't tell you how many times I forgot to change to auto blade and messed up my cuts. So far it's working perfectly! It's faster and a bit quieter for sure.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Heather B - Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2019
Cameo 4 is superior to Cricut Maker
Much better than the Cricut Maker! Probably not quite as easy to use as the Maker as Cricut is for the average mom to get in the game. But this isn't that much harder and I am all about performance and features. The Cameo 4 out does the Maker everytime. It can cut thicker product. It looks sleeker, more modern and futuristic. I did ALOT of comparison shopping on the features of them both before buying. Cameo 4 was the obvious choice after hours research and I am very pleased with my choice!

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By wowography - Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2019
Highly Recommended: Some Trial & Error learning
I will continue to update this review. 10/4/19: I purchased my Cameo 4 on Amazon as soon as it was available. I’m interested in vinyl cutting and crafting. After 20 minutes of failing and fussing, I was able to create perfect vinyl cuts. The reason the first few failed was I had ‘Ratchet blade’ selected in the SEND menu. It looked like a ratchet blade with the numbering and ruled lines. I was more surprised the Cameo 4 wasn’t able to initially recognize the auto blade was installed. I then reset to Auto Blade and selected SEND. It failed the test cut. The blade made motions as if it was cutting but no marks on vinyl. Next up I increased the cutting depth, tried again. This time only slightly indenting material, no cuts. Here is where meaningful instructions would improve the customer experience. After a few internet searches, I found a recommendation to check blades built in dial settings. The Auto-blade supplied with my Cameo 4 was set to a depth of 5. I reset by pressing in the tip while the indicator moved to its lowest setting. Simple enough, reinstalled cutting tool, selected ‘Vinyl Glossy’ Auto-blade and sent it through once again. This time yielding perfect cuts using both vinyl sheets and built in roll feeder. Noise Level: It's not broken or trying to call for help. The cutting mechanism sounds alien with its fluctuating wine underlying a distressed clunky mechanical meshing sound. It’s particularly noisy when cutting curves, likely from Silhouette’s servo/stepper motor design choices. Hopefully future models will be quieter but at least you know your Cameo 4 is operating properly. 10/18 Silhouette Studio released a software update.. In settings I have this selected to check for updates weekly. This is a good thing. As with any new device bug fixes and improvements would be made available for your computer to automatically download and install. Check the video I uploaded showing the Cameo 4 in action. It is still loud, but I noticed it now has a more melodic flow to the gear grinding noise. Turn up the volume, ET phone home..! Touch Display: a very clean look. Just don’t expect help here. From what I can see it’s a back illuminated cover over 8 buttons, consisting of Pause, 6 direction arrows and a Bluetooth/USB button indicator (blue when connected). Roll feeder: Nice trimming feature by advancing roll vinyl through the cutter you can easily and cleanly use a sliding blade to cut sheets into any length. The few times I tried this, it worked well but the button logic is reversed. Push down to advance vinyl forward. Firmware update: During initial setup the Cameo 4 requires internet access to perform a firmware update. This worked well using USB cable connected to my iMac. Completing in less than 1 minute. Construction: Well built where the Knife or other tools come in contact with your materials. As far as the Lid, Roll Feeder and rear slicing assembly. Lots of tiny plastic pivot points. Use gingerly. Bluetooth: I couldn't find much help.. Silhouette's troubleshooting steps refer to Cameo 3's Touchscreen. I've added 2 photos, The first shows the device's touchpad indictor glow WHITE. No Bluetooth in use. If it switches to Blue it is communicating with your computer. To get to this point, with Silhouette Studio open, I had to POWER down my Cameo by unplugging it. Wait a minute plug power back in. Check the Cameo's touchpad for the Blue indicator or check the bottom right on the SEND screen, device status. See Photo 2. This shows both my USB and Bluetooth successfully connected. There is no upside to having both options connected. If your computer is close enough to the Cameo 4 use USB, otherwise Bluetooth if you are not too far away. Design Studio: My disappointment stems from upgrading to Design Studio ($25). You have to further upgrade to the top tier software level Business ($40), in order to export your creations to standard file formats that can be used in other programs or devices. Registration marks: There are 2 kinds. One for print and cut type crafting where the software places machine readable marks on the page. The other is when you make a multi-color decal. For this just create a vertical and horizontal rectangle near the edge. The cameo will cut these out. They are used to help you align the various color vinyl sheets. I tried to just turn on Registration marks with a normal cut out, it fails because it’s looking for the PRINT part of a Print and Cut. Don’t turn on registration marks for regular vinyl cutting. Cutting Vinyl: The most common products you will use is 631 and 651 vinyl. Type 651 is solvent based adhesive that is considered permanent. 631 is removable with a less glossy finish. Neither 631 or 651 is listed in the drop down list of Material types in Silhouette studio. Instead it's Vinyl Shinny and several other varieties. Here is where some trial and error is required. I’ve shown in photos trying to ‘weed’ small font cutouts. These were 70 pt or about half and inch tall. I experimented with many different settings. I was able able to cleanly remove the surrounding vinyl on the 4th try. Note: Always check material settings before cutting. The Materials drop down defaults to CARDSTOCK. This needs to be changed to cut other types of product. November Software update. This update installs software to enable use of Cameo 4’s new cutting blades. Design Studio License is a Rip Off Might be time to remove a star. I bought into Design Studio up to the business level. I purchased objects and the coresponding .SVG files. Today I find myself with a need to export into another program so I can send the file off for a sublimation print. However..objects I purchased and designed with do not export. WTH Silhouette? I can export as PNG or JPEG but the color profile doesn't match the finished art. See screen shot.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By gadgetgal - Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2019
Cameo 4 will be better when they come out with the knife blade,kraft blade and rotary blade
I have been a Cameo user for years. I have the 2 and 3.I also have the Cricut maker. The Cricut will cut leather,I just don't like the sofware as well as Silhouette's. I was looking forward to using this to cut leather since this has a lot more gram force that the 3. Well you still can't cut it with the auto blade and the knife ,kraft and rotary blades aren't out yet. Silhouette didn't learn a thing about releases. They did the same thing Cricut did and people were mad about it. Silhouette, RELEASE IT ALL AT THE SAME TIME. We buy these and they can't do all you say because you didn't release the equipment to do it all. When it doesn't do what you say people will send them back because you only have a small window to return it. Also it isn't just one tap as they lead you to believe. It does tap less but it isn't just one. Mine wouldn't move at all to the number I put in the software. After about an hour when I took the blade out to reset it for about the 10th time the bottom fell off. I screwed it back in real tight and it then did adjust the way it's suppose to. All in all it's a good machine. I wouldn't rush to get it though till they come out with the rest of the blades. MIne will go back.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Shelley H. - Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2019
Nonexistent Customer Service
I really hate that I wasted money and time on this product. The directions were clear and easy but I was unable to get this machine to work. Silhouette has very poor customer service. There is no phone support, only chat and email. Almost a week later I still haven’t gotten a response from email, and it took over an hour for a response from chat.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Shelli Hall - Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2019
So far No Good
Every time it starts up I get this, ever single time. All software and firmware are up to date. Pretty frustrating for a brand new machine.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2019
Worth the upgrade faster machine!
Love the cameo 4, I have used the cameo 2 and 3 along with a cricut orginal expression. I use All my machines with SCAL (sure cuts a lot). I use cardstock of all kinds for my online business of dies cuts and have 3 machines running at once. The best thing about the cameo 4 is speed it’s defiantly faster even compared to the 3. Also I usually have to “multi-cut” and do not have to with this machine.... cuts through perfect first time. unloading paper and loading is also Quicker and smooth. The digital screen is gone completely it just has the arrows and load/unload buttons but I do miss the ”Repeat job” option the cameo 3 had but not a big deal. Also when opening the lid of the machine it’s NOT a cover it slides up and under so be careful as I almost broke mine off not realizing how it slides back and out of the way. The auto blade is also a bit deferent it reads from right to left and the cameo 3 is from left to right meaning 10-0 and 0-10.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By samassmoum - Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2019
Easy to use
I was afraid to use it, but now I design and cut it easily. The program is very easy for the beginner.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By stephanie - Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2019
Worth the upgrade!
The Cameo 4 brings us some great upgrades on the Cameo 3. The retractable cover is a space saver! Then comes the moveable roller with updated lock, looks like this one might work way better over time then the Cameo 3 that kept coming unlocked on mine. I can't say enough about the new feature that allows the software to know what type of blade that is installed. I can't tell you how many times I forgot to change to auto blade and messed up my cuts. So far it's working perfectly! It's faster and a bit quieter for sure.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Heather B - Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2019
Cameo 4 is superior to Cricut Maker
Much better than the Cricut Maker! Probably not quite as easy to use as the Maker as Cricut is for the average mom to get in the game. But this isn't that much harder and I am all about performance and features. The Cameo 4 out does the Maker everytime. It can cut thicker product. It looks sleeker, more modern and futuristic. I did ALOT of comparison shopping on the features of them both before buying. Cameo 4 was the obvious choice after hours research and I am very pleased with my choice!