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About Sandy McCauley
Digital Die Cutting: More fun than anyone should have with a piece of paper... or vinyl, plastic, fabric, iron-on, foil, and more!

Purpose of I Love KNK.com

This web site provides support, comparisons, software, videos and other information related to the Klic-N-Kut digital die cutters. If you are just now learning about Klic-N-Kut, check out the Klic-N-Kut Info section of this site. If you are a current KNK owner and need some help, check out the Support section of this site.

My Store

In the store at this site, I sell KNK Studio software videos.

Affiliate Links

I am an affiliate seller for:
* KNK USA
* Scrappy Dew's SCAL Video Training If you are an owner of SCAL and need help, I highly recommend this program which includes over 4 hours of online videos you can watch at your leisure.


Ideas

Need some inspiration? Check out the Team KNK blog where talented KNK owners present never-before-published creations made with their cutters. New projects are posted several times per week.

Testimonials

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I have been doing all sorts of crafts for many years, I have tried many cutters and was not happy with any of them until I found the Zing and the most important part of that is Sandy. I have never received such good customer service on anything that I have used. An email always gets a quick response and questions are taken care of. All of her videos and instructions are by far the best of the best!

I am having fun trying the new things and am not afraid to try them because I know there are instructions for any problem online and she is always very pleasant and knows the answers. ZNK is so lucky to have her on board. I could go on all day about how much I appreciate this gal and how fantastic the machine is, Thanks Sandy. You are the best.

Jean M


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About me:

I live in Tempe, Arizona with my husband of 31 years and we have two adult sons. I have BS and MS degrees in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M and worked for Exxon in Texas for 7 years before having my first child. After my boys were born, I became a dedicated stay-at-home mom. Once they were both in school, I split my time between volunteering at my sons’ schools and having part-time software support jobs.

My aunt convinced me to try scrapbooking in 1998 and I became hooked on paper crafting. When the first Craft Robo die cutters were released in 2005, I found an entirely NEW passion… digital die cutting. That grew even more after the Klic-N-Kuts were released and I was very honored to be hired by Accugraphic Sales, Inc. to write the user manuals for the Klic-N-Kut, ACS, and KNK Zing cutters. I also wrote the Design Master user manual for Graphtec GB.

I provide education and support for all Klic-N-Kut and ACS models (including Eagle and Falcon). This site provides both free and purchasable videos for KNK Studio, KNK Studio GE, ACS Design Studio, and Design Master.

I want to thank the following wonderful people for their contributions and hard work to support my business:

  • Michael and James McCauley for setting up the downloadable store, adding products, developing store graphics, troubleshooting problems, mailing packages, shopping for supplies, and all the other dozens of tasks that were required to build this business.
  • Chad Youngblut for teaching me how to cut and everything he knows about KNK Studio. I also want to thank Chad for rebuilding and continuing to provide tech support for this site.
  • Chris Durnan for urging me to start a blog! Great idea, Chris!

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201 Comments

  1. Sandy McCauley

    Sorry for the delay, Michael! I missed seeing this post come in. The KNK Force has been discontinued because it needs some changes to make it easier for the general crafting community to master. The tech support required was substantial and improvements are needed in both the initial set up of communication with a computer, as well as optimizing settings for cutting. That being said, there are a lot of happy/satisfied owners cutting some amazing things. If you’re on Facebook, be sure to check out the KNK Force Facebook group which is quite active: https://www.facebook.com/groups/KNKForce/ You should be able to find a used Force to buy within a month or two. If you have other questions feel free to post them. I should also add that while the Force is no longer in production, KNK USA continues to provide support for owners with any issues.

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