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Craft Blades (Straight Edge, Rounded Tip)

     
  • The Slice 10518 Craft Knife Blade with a straight edge and rounded tip
  • Craft Blades With Rounded Safety Tip - Features
  • Slice 10518 Craft Blades - Compatible Handles
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 SKU #10518
PRIS Kvantitet
245,00 kr.
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Beskrivelse 

The Slice® 10518 craft knife blades work with our craft handles and scalpel handles to provide controlled, detailed cuts and a much safer finger-friendly® cutting edge. Unlike standard metal or ceramic craft blades, these straight-edge, rounded-tip blades feature our proprietary safety grind. Moreover, they hold their edge up to 11 times longer than metal, do not require a sharps disposal box, and are recyclable. As with all Slice safety ceramics, these blades are non-sparking, non-magnetic, chemically inert, and never rust.

  • Blade type: straight edge, rounded tip
  • Safer than traditional blades
  • Finger-friendly® edge cuts effectively
  • Lasts up to 11.2x longer than metal blades
  • Fewer blade changes = fewer injuries
  • Reduces injuries, lowers costs
  • Non-sparking, non-conductive, non-magnetic
  • Chemically inert; never rusts
  • Oil and lubricant free
  • Does not require sharps box disposal
  • 100 percent recyclable
  • Blade is safe from -40°C to 1600°C
  • Compatible handles: 10548, 10589, 10580, 10568
  • 4 single-edge blades per pack
  • SKU #10518

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Produktspecifikationer  

Dimensioner
L 32.6 x W 6.2 x H 0.82 mm
Materialer
zirconium oxide
Vægt
0.5 g

Anmeldelser 

4.6 / 5
10 anmeldelser
  • Fenna Phu
    1 year ago
    safer option than the other scapels that has metal blades
    0 replies
  • Vishal Vallabh
    1 year ago
    Great quality excellent product. Living up to what they say and claim.
    0 replies
  • Judith Koch
    1 year ago
    Great quality and good value
    0 replies
  • Robin Mosher
    2 years ago
    It does the job that the purchase is intended for
    0 replies
  • Catherine Jevic
    3 years ago
    I didn't find a real use for the rounded tip, may just not be for me/my projects
    0 replies
  • Michael Saraco
    3 years ago
    All of the Slice products are great.
    0 replies
  • Jeanine Crowder
    3 years ago
    very satisfied with the products
    0 replies
  • HOWARD IZENSON
    3 years ago
    Not what I expected from the info. It does not fit other brands of hobby knife
    0 replies
  • Kira Mizell
    4 years ago
    Great tool for our use in cutting and segmenting friable rock segments for trace metal analysis. They provide high accuracy and ease in addition to low contamination rates.
    0 replies
  • Sue Albrecht
    4 years ago
    Great product.....seems like it will hold up.
    0 replies

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More About Slice Craft Knife Blades

What Do People Use Craft Knives For?

 

People use craft knives for many laboratory and craft-related applications, such as precision cutting and gentle scraping. These hand-held precision tools are extremely versatile.

 

When it comes to craft knife blades, sizes don’t vary greatly. What sets Slice® craft blades apart is their finger-friendly® edge, which isn’t found on any other blade—neither metal nor ceramic. In addition, Slice uses an advanced ceramic material, which never rusts and does not require a special oil coating to maintain.

 

What Kind of Craft Knife Blades Does Slice Make?

 

Slice offers several different craft knife blade styles. These include: the 10518 (straight edge, rounded tip), the 10519 (straight edge, pointed tip), the 10520 (curved edge, rounded tip), the 10532 (corner stripping), the 10534 (chisel), 10535 (narrow, double-sided chisel), the 10536 (rounded-tip seam ripper), and the 10537 (pointed-tip seam ripper).

 

Experiment with the different shapes to discover which edge suits your needs. In all cases, the blades feature our safer edge.

 

How Do I Replace a Slice Craft Knife Blade?

 

As with all our tools, Slice has designed a tool-free process to switch craft knife replacement blades. The process differs slightly for each tool. Here’s a quick rundown:

 

For the 10568 scalpel
Simply pull the ceramic blade out of its housing. The mechanism will automatically contract. Slide in a new blade and the grip will squeeze it, ensuring a strong hold.

 

For the 10548, 10589, and 10580 knives
First loosen the copper collar by twisting it counter clockwise. Then pull the blade out, replace it with a new one, and tighten the collar by twisting it clockwise.

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