The Ultimate Cutter.

Cricut Maker 3

The Cricut Maker 3 is the most powerful smart cutter ever made – for every craft, for every artisan. Up to 2 times faster than its predecessor, the Cricut Maker 3 is compatible with new smart materials for extra-long, ultra-precise cuts up to 12 feet (3.6 m) long without a mat. Choose from 13 tools to cut, score, write, dimple, carve or add countless other decorative effects with professional-grade power and precision.

Multifunctional performance

Use the Cricut Maker 3 to cut more than 300 different materials, including unbonded fabrics and leather. The cutter uses 13 tools to perform a variety of tasks, from cutting, drawing, writing and scoring to stamping, embossing, piercing and engraving. Optional accessories such as knife tips allow the Cricut Maker 3 to cut tough materials such as balsa wood with 10 times the strength of previous models, resulting in clean, crisp cuts.

Jaw-dropping speed.

Twice as fast as its predecessor model, Cricut Maker 3 creates complex clips and professional-grade effects without sacrificing accuracy or detail.

3 simple steps. Infinite possibilities.


Start from scratch, or get a head start on 1,000s of ready-made projects.


Customize it to your liking, click Make, and then follow the on-screen prompts.


Put them together, add the finishing touches and enjoy the end result.

Seamlessly compatible

Rely on the Cricut Maker 3 to work with virtually any electronic device. Using proprietary Design Space software that runs on Android and iOS smartphones and tablets, as well as Windows and Mac computers, this cutter allows you to upload or create your own designs and then send them to Cricut Maker 3 at the push of a button. Subscribe to Cricut’s Design Space library to access a wide range of projects, which you can create as is or customize to meet your project needs.

Convenient storage

When the Cricut Maker 3 is not in use, it relies on the downward-folding top and upward-folding front to store it conveniently. This enclosed design not only keeps dust and debris out of the interior work area, but also allows for a more compact profile of the cutter for easy placement on cluttered tables and desks. Storage space inside the folding front makes it simple to store the wand between uses for easy access when needed.

Wireless operation

Load jobs directly from your smartphone or computer from the Cricut Design space with a wireless Bluetooth connection. This wireless operation reduces the need for workspace, but you can also use the included USB cable to plug your device into the Cricut Maker 3. The built-in docking station also allows you to charge mobile power and smartphones while working in the process room.

We thought of everything.

Reel brackets hold the material firmly in place

Built-in cubby keeps your tools organized

In-door tray ensures safe tip changes

Docking slot for holding a tablet or smartphone

USB port to charge your device

2 tool clips that allow you to write and cut at once

Cricut Maker 3 VS Cricut Maker

New! Cricut Maker 3 Cricut Maker
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Max material width 13 in (33cm) 12 in (30.5 cm)
Max cut length 12 ft (3.6 m) 1.9 ft (58 cm)
Material compatibility 300+ materials 300+ materials
Tools/Capabilities 13 tools (cutting, writing, scoring, foiling, debossing, engraving & more) 13 tools (cutting, writing, scoring, foiling, debossing, engraving & more)
Commercial-grade performance
Compatible with Smart Materials 13 in wide, up to 75 ft (33 cm wide, up to 22.8 m)
Works with home printer to print, then cut
Free design app
Connectivity Bluetooth, USB Bluetooth, USB

Cricut Maker

With the ability to use more advanced tools, Cricut Maker gives you the freedom to create almost any DIY project you can imagine, from 3D art to home decor, jewelry, iron-on, vinyl, paper projects and more. It has the tools to quickly and accurately cut hundreds of materials, from the most delicate papers and fabrics to tough materials like cardboard, leather and basswood. Use the rotary blade to cut fabric for sewing projects – no backing material required. Switch to the blade and cut thicker, denser materials for added dimension and depth. Or use a variety of specialized techniques to quickly switch between scoring, engraving, embossing and other decorative effects.