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  • What’s in a Safety Knife?

    It's important to look at safety from every angle. Here, we examine a safety knife's different components: the handle, the blade, and the ergonomics. Learn what to look for in each.

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  • The Safety Blade: Everything You Need to Know

    What cuts you: the handle or the blade? Here we examine the risks posed by traditional blades. Read about the efforts to address those risks.

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  • Ceramic Blades: Everything you Need to Know

    Blades made from advanced ceramics aren’t new, but Slice® is the only company to bring safety to this innovative material. Learn about zirconia’s inherent qualities and Slice’s finger-friendly® edge.

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  • Utility Knife: The Anatomy of an All-Purpose Tool

    This article takes a closer look at the utility knife, its components, and the false safety assumptions we take for granted. What more is there to know about utility knife safety, you ask? Find out here.

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  • Scratchboard Tools From Slice—A Welcome Addition to Scratchboard Art

    Learn how scratchboard artists use a variety of tools, including Slice’s Precision Cutter and Craft cutter to create intricately detailed art in this exciting medium.

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  • The Box Cutter: Here Are the Safest, Most Effective Models

    There are many tools that fall within the category of box cutter. To get the best value for your money, it’s important to examine your needs as well as the features each style of knife offers. Learn more about our ceramic safety blades and box cutter tools here.

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  • A Safety Utility Knife for the Workplace: Find Your Match

    What’s the importance of handle design and blade design in a safety utility knife? Both have to be considered, and this article explains why.

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  • Construction Knives: Find Your Best Fit

    Do you work in the construction industry, or are you an enthusiastic DIY-er? The right construction knife for your needs will help get the job done faster, better, and safer. Find out what you need to know here.

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  • Safety Cutting Tools: If it’s Ceramic, it’s Slice

    There are safety knives and there are ceramic knives, but Slice makes the only ceramic safety cutting tools. In fact, if you explore a little deeper, you’ll see that there’s really no such thing as a safe knife with a metal blade. Find out why.

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  • The Cost of Safety: Understanding Value and the Big Picture

    The cost of accidents is always higher than the cost of safety. Learn about the full value of investing in safety, how to determine the cost of accidents, and how to get the most bang for your safety buck.

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  • A Hobby Knife by Slice Makes Creations More Fun and Far Safer

    Whether you’re new to hobbies that require detailed cutting or you’re a hobby knife veteran, it helps to understand the different options (and safety features) available for your craft knife kit. Find out more.

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  • Craft Tools for Cutting: See What They Can Do

    There is a huge variety of craft tools on the market. A walk through any craft store will confirm that. But one thing every crafter needs is something that cuts. Slice has a tool for that. Learn about Slice’s cutting arts and crafts tools and what types of crafts they are particularly well suited for.

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  • Craft Cutters: The Right Slice Tool for Your Next Project

    Before suffering another cut while creating your beautiful crafts, try out a craft cutter from Slice’s line-up. Safe, effective, durable, and able to cut through a wide variety of materials cleanly, Slice craft cutters are, well, a cut above. Learn what tools are right for your next project.

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  • Scalpel Blades: Safe Blades for Non-Surgical Uses

    Scalpel blades are notorious for being dangerously sharp. Slice® makes the only safe non-surgical option. Learn about Slice’s eight blade shapes and their different uses. They’re excellent for lab and industry applications, as well as crafts and home use.

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  • Retractable Knives: Know Your Handles

    Use this guide to learn about the different blade retraction options, as well as their pros, cons, and what to look for when purchasing each kind of knife. While blade exposure is an important part of cutting safety, we outline the safety implications of both retracting and embedded blades.

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  • Choosing Leather Cutting Tools That Make the Cut

    What leather cutting tools do you need to make leather crafting as fun and safe as possible? Learn here about the best tools for the job, what to look for, and how Slice ceramic cutters solve many of the shortcomings associated with some traditional metal-bladed options.

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  • Cut-Resistant Gloves: Levels Explained

    In order to choose the right hand protection, it’s important to understand the standard labels on safety gloves. Read more to learn about what these standards mean and how Slice blades compare with steel blades in terms of hand protection.

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  • Slice’s Small Box Cutter (and Everything Else Cutter)

    They say good things come in small packages. Slice proves this with the innovative and versatile Mini Cutter. With the same strength as our larger cutters, but a handle that fits in your hand, this little powerhouse is a staff favorite.

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  • The Self-Retracting Utility Knife: Is It For You?

    Retraction is the important knife feature that controls blade exposure. Discover how retraction mechanisms have evolved, and why the self-retracting utility knife is a favorite among corporate safety managers.

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  • Electrician’s Knife: An Eye on Safety

    You will find an electrician’s knife in every electrician’s tool belt. Unfortunately, most knives pose puncture and laceration hazards. Slice makes the only knives with safer blades—they’re finger-friendly®. Learn about the several models of safer Slice® cutting tools that work for electricians.

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  • TSA-Approved Pocket Knife? No, But this Slice Cutter Can Fly

    There is no such thing as a TSA-approved pocket knife for carry-on baggage. So are there any cutting tools you can bring with you on a plane? Learn what you can and can’t bring to your seat when you fly, and why the Slice® Safety Cutter is a great travel companion.

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