Martha Stewart Crafts: Craft Station

Crafters were in need of an all-in-one solution to allow them to perform a variety of tasks with just one tool. Requirements to include were a paper trimmer, free form cutting area, and alignment jig. From there, we added an LED light box with tempered glass cutting surface to make the Craft Station one of the most versatile tools in the crafting industry. The Craft Station was modeled in Solidworks.

Crafters were in need of an all-in-one solution to allow them to perform a variety of tasks with just one tool. Requirements to include were a paper trimmer, free form cutting area, and alignment jig. From there, we added an LED light box with tempered glass cutting surface to make the Craft Station one of the most versatile tools in the crafting industry. The Craft Station was modeled in Solidworks.
The Martha Stewart team likes to let the craft stand out rather than the tool used to make the craft. As a designer, I worked within the brand standards to keep this new line of products "on brand."
Many rounds of prototypes were made to execute the rolling ruler arm on the craft station. The images here are working prototypes of the rolling ruler mechanism and the cutting shuttle that slides on top of it.
Check out the Craft Station in action here!
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