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 SKU #10548
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Description  

The Slice 10548 craft knife is ideal for precision cutting, scraping, and handling. Its ceramic safety blade is non-sparking, chemically inert, safe to 1600 degrees Celsius, never rusts, and requires no oil coating. With a textured grip for superior control, this precision knife allows the user to make accurate, delicate cuts. Its ambidextrous no-roll design is weighted for balance and stability. The 10548 includes one 10518 straight-edge, rounded-tip ceramic safety blade with our patented finger-friendly edge.

  • Blade type: straight edge, rounded tip
  • No-roll handle with cross-hatch grip
  • Compatible blades: 10518, 10520
  • Finger-friendly edge stays sharp 11x longer
  • Reduces injuries, lowers costs
  • Non-sparking, non-conductive blade
  • Rust-free blade
  • Includes 1 rounded-tip ceramic blade
  • Ambidextrous design
  • No-tool blade change
  • Fewer blade changes = fewer injuries
  • SKU #10548

Product Specifications  

Cutting Depth
12.7 mm (10518 replacement blade) / varies by blade
Weight
17.18 g
Dimensions
L 163.0 x W 11.0 x H 11.8 mm
Materials
GFN, brass, PP, zirconium oxide

Reviews 

4.6 / 5
10 reviews

Success Stories  

Learn how our customers reduce injuries and lower costs with Slice Craft Knife.

More About the Slice Craft Knife

What Is a Craft Knife?

A craft knife is a type of precision knife with a long blade. Long, in this case, is in comparison with micro blades, such as the one found in the 00116 Slice Precision Cutter. Our craft tool features a cutting depth around 12 to 16 millimeters, depending on which blade you choose, as opposed to the Precision Cutter, whose blade depth is around 1.5 millimeters. Despite its name, a crafting knife has uses well beyond the crafting world. Industries as varied as aerospace, electronics manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals all use craft blades. Any application that requires precision and accuracy is well suited to this type of tool.

What Is a Craft Knife Used For?

Among crafters and hobbyists, this style of knife is used on a variety of materials, such as delicate paper and fabrics, tough leather, and vinyls used in RC modeling. Scrapbookers love the versatility of this style of art cutter since they encounter a number of different media in their work. Sculptors and scratchboard artists also appreciate the control that the Slice 10548 knife gives them.

While artists and crafters often choose it for paper cutting or sculpting, its design also lends itself well to industrial and laboratory applications. These include cutting around delicate electrical components and manipulating small samples in a lab. Unlike steel blades, the ceramic safety blades in Slice knives are non-conductive, chemically inert, and don't require special oil coatings. This reduces maintenance time, lowers the chance of lacerations, and removes any uncertainty around altering the material that’s being cut, scraped, or trimmed.

How to Use a Craft Cutter Safely

First of all, be sure you choose the right knife for the job. The Slice 10548 knife ships with a 10518 straight-edge, round-point blade for safety, but any job requiring a piercing action to initiate the cut is better suited to a pointed-tip blade, such as the Slice 10519 blade (shipping in December 2017). Always be sure to replace the safety cap after use and work in a distraction-free environment whenever possible. The 10548 knife includes extra safety features, such as a cross-hatched grip and a no-roll design to increase your control and keep your tool close by.

How Do I Replace the Blade? How Often?

Craft blades should ideally be replaced once they dull enough to require extra pressure to make a cut. Because Slice uses advanced ceramics—a much harder material than stainless steel—our ceramic safety blades last an average of 11 times longer than comparable steel blades. This means you’ll be replacing your blade less often than you would for a metal blade.

To replace the finger-friendly blade in a Slice craft knife, unscrew the grip section to loosen the tool’s blade enclosure. When the blade is loose enough to pull out easily, simply remove it and insert a fresh blade.

How Is the Slice 10548 Blade Safer Than a Metal Blade?

Like all our ceramic safety blades, Slice craft blades feature our proprietary finger-friendly® edge. This means that while the blades cut materials effectively, they are engineered to resist cutting skin. This safety feature, more than any other, sets Slice apart. While other companies redesign their handles to reduce blade exposure, we redesigned the blade itself. For more information about our design, read The Safety Blade: Everything You Need to Know.

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