Phased Out & Phasing Out: Things that existed in crafts and are no longer there or in trend- Number 15- Cricut Imagine .
We have started a new section of things that existed in crafts that you thought you could not do without and they are now phasing out or have been phased out.
Impulse buying has left many to regret buying things that they never used and have depreciated in value or not used again.
If you notice in the creative or crafting community, knowledge has increased greatly and knowledge will keep on increasing.
Somethings that existed in Crafts and are no longer there or in trend because everyday or every year new products are being developed and launched.
The Cricut Imagine has been phased out.
Here is a message from Cricut
With the evolution of Cricut Design Space, we’ve had to review other software platforms in our portfolio and make some tough decisions. We have unfortunate news for members who still use Cricut Craft Room: We will be closing Cricut Craft Room as of July 15, 2018. Cricut Craft Room was built on Adobe Flash technology, a now outdated plug-in. Adobe Flash is no longer supported by Adobe, and that has created numerous vulnerabilities in the software—including speed and performance. This means you will no longer be able to access Cricut Craft Room on your desktop if you still use a legacy machine, including Cricut Personal, Create, Expression, Expression 2, Mini, Cake, Cake Mini, and Imagine. Moving forward, please do not sign-up for a Cricut Craft Room subscription as it will no longer work with your legacy machine after July 15, 2018.
Cricut Craft Room FAQs
What qualifies as a legacy machine?
- Any machine that was created before the Explore family of machines qualifies as a legacy machine as it is not compatible with our current design software, Design Space. The first Explore machine launched in 2014.
- Cricut no longer produces these machines. Legacy machines include Cricut Personal, Create, Expression, Expression 2, Mini, Cake, Cake Mini, and Imagine.