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WIRED magazine featured the Slice Precision Scissors in their recent November 2014 DESIGN LIFE special edition.

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     WIRED November 2014

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BusinessInterviews.com recently interviewed Slice founder TJ Scimone about how Slice helps companies reduce injuries and lower costs with its patented ceramic-blade technology.  Check out the interview at BusinessInterviews.com or click here http://www.businessinterviews.com/safety-biggest-motivator-customers  

    

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Oakley Uses Slice

Slice loves quality products and good design — Oakley, Inc. has always been one of our favorites for great design and great products.  On a recent trip through Chicago's O'Hare Airport it was nice to see Team Oakley also enjoys the quality products and design of Slice, Inc.  Oakley maintains two retail stores inside the secure area of Chicago O'Hare Airport, and what are they using to safely open poly-bags of clothing and shrink-wrapped sunglasses without damaging packaging or product?   Why the Slice 00200 Safety Cutter of course!  We always carry our 00200 Safety Cutter in the airports since it has no blade and helps us open all sorts of items while traveling  – buy one for yourself here.

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The Slice 00116 Precision Cutter with micro-ceramic blade and the Slice 10518 Ceramic Craft Blades can help you quickly and easily remove dangerous metal blades from your facilities.  For shallow cuts use the Slice 00116 Precision Cutter.  For those applications that require deeper cutting use the Slice 10513 Ceramic Craft Blades.

Check out this great video review of both products below by well known Canadian artist Tracy Moreau #Tracymoreau

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Case History :  Minigrip Brands is a global leader in re-closable plastic-bag packaging technology, providing packaging solutions since the 1950's.  Minigrip previously used regular metal-blade cutting tools to clear jams in their equipment, which damaged their rubber rollers – making them unusable and costing the company a considerable amount of time and money.   

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They recently switched away from dangerous metal blades in favor of Slice ceramic-blade cutting tools, specifically our Slice Mini-Cutter and Pen Cutter, both of which feature safer auto-retractable Slice ceramic safety-blades that last longer than steel and are infinitely safer than metal blades.  In addition to the safety aspect, Slice rounded-tip ceramic blades don't damage Minigrips production rollers like metal blades when clearing away excess material during an equipment jam, making Slice a huge money saver for Minigrip.

"Thanks for a great product." — David H. Minigrip LLC, A Member of Inteplast Group

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