Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Yudu Card Shop

Provocraft will be introducing a new product on the HSN on January 20th. It's a personal card screen printer, whatever that is. haha

Click HERE to watch a video demo and then be sure to come back and tell us what you think. Is this going to be the next big Provocraft product?


12 comments:

  1. Perhaps some sort of attempt at competing with Letterpress?

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  2. And I can't do this on a good printer? I MUST be missing something from the promo ad :)

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  3. Hum- could the big Yudo do the same thing?

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  4. Hit or miss? I'm gonna say MISS....

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  5. Watched the video and found myself disengaged...as it stands right now you can't even design your own screens...just another "toy" to dump money into.

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  6. No, I don't think this one is for me. I don't like the idea of buying a different screen for each design.I mean how much more room (crafting) am I going to need ? I can't seem to keep up with what I already have.
    Angela

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  7. I like the idea but would be interested if you could design your own screens and didn't need a new one for every design.

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  8. Could be good for someone who makes hundreds of one thing. But I do lots of different designs. Don't have the money or room for inks, new screens etc. Would rather buy new cartridges.

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  9. Not for me. I'd say it's for anyone who wants to make cards enmass, but think how much $ they'll dump into it with purchasing each screen and inks. I think it lacks the ability to personalize. But that's just me. Glad to know I won't worry about being tempted by their next "big" thing.

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  10. I can't imagine this being the next big thing. It doesn't seem very versatile.

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  11. I watched the demo on HSN - While it's cute and cheap - you are stuck with ink and buying the plates. I hear you can burn more - but you need the bigger unit. I'll keep to my cricut and rubber stamping!

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