Making Circuit Samples with the Brother CutNScan

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First I draw my circuit with pen and paper.
 
Draw Circuit with Pen and Paper - Brother ScanNCut Tutorial
 
Scan it into the Brother ScanNCut using Scan to Cut Data.
 
Brother ScanNCut menu
 
Leave it in place on the cutting mat.
 
Brother ScanNCut Pen Holder Attachment and Basic LED Circuit  Pattern
 
Using the ScanNCut pen attachment draw the circuit on the same piece of paper and check for accuracy against your original image.
 
Brother ScanNCut Action Menu - Draw or Cut
 
I set the menu to an outline distance pf zero so the pen will just trace along the outline of your original drawing.
 
Brother ScanNCut Action Menu - Outline Distance for pen holder
 
If it looks correct SAVE the image to either the machine memory or a USB.
 
Then cut the saved image on a scrap of paper using a blade setting of 1.
Brother ScanNCut test Cut for LED Circuit Positive and Negative Traces
 
In the settings menu I decrease the pressure to 0.
 
Brother ScanNCut Settings Menu for Speed and Pressure
 
Remove the sample paper ‘circuit’.
 
Brother ScanNCut test Cut for LED Circuit Positive and Negative Traces
 
Make any alterations with a scissor. In my example I cut the trace in half so I will have mirror images of a positive and a negative trace.
 
Brother ScanNCut test Cut for LED Circuit Positive and Negative Traces with LED and Battery
 
Test it with your hardware and make any adjustments to your circuit template.
 
Brother ScanNCut test Cut for LED Circuit Positive and Negative Traces with LED
 
Check it one more time…..
and……
…….THEN
…. place the conductive fabric on the mat and cut the circuit image.
 

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