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Precision Cutter

  • The Slice 00116 Precision Cutter with micro-ceramic blade
  • Precision Cutter - Features
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 SKU #00116
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The Slice 00116 Precision Cutter is a unique craft knife with a fixed micro-ceramic blade. This precision knife’s tiny edge cuts thin materials and is well loved by artists and crafters as a precision paper cutter. The Slice Precision Cutter blade uses 100 percent zirconium oxide—much harder than steel—and can handle any material typically cut by craft knives. Beyond its use as a precision paper cutter, this pen-like tool is also ideal for industry, as it is non-sparking, chemically inert, and never rusts.

  • Blade type: micro-ceramic
  • Handle features non-slip finish
  • Ambidextrous design
  • Finger-friendly edge stays sharp 11x longer
  • Reduces injuries, lowers costs
  • Good Design® Award winner
  • Non-sparking, non-conductive blade
  • Chemically inert blade never rusts
  • Oil, lubricant, and maintenance free
  • Designed by Karim Rashid
  • SKU #00116

Product Specifications  

Cutting Depth
2.01 mm
18.0 g
L 157.0 x W 13.16 x H 13.16 mm
ABS, carbon steel, zirconium oxide

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More About the Slice Precision Cutter

What is a Precision Knife Used For?


A precision knife is often used in the craft and hobby world as a precision paper cutter. Its profile is similar to that of a pen, and it’s therefore easy to manipulate for detailed cuts. Industrial uses include trimming vinyl, thin plastics, and circuit boards.


How Do I Use a Precision Knife Safely?


As with all precision cutters you should use caution. Although large, deep lacerations are less likely with a precision tool than with something like a box cutter, puncture wounds and cuts to the fingers can occur. Slice has used design best practices to reduce the chance of injuries. These include minimizing the exposed blade, creating a comfortable non-slip grip, and developing a finger-friendly edge. 


One way to ensure your safety is to always use the right tool for the job. While Slice makes a craft knife for cutting thicker material, we recommend a micro-ceramic blade for thin materials, such as thin paper, plastic film, and thin styrene.


What is Unique About the Slice Precision Cutter?


Although many people use craft knives to cut paper, this approach exposes more blade than is needed to get the job done, which is a safety hazard. Slice created a fixed micro blade to reduce exposure of the cutting surface while providing a strong, immovable blade. As with all Slice safety ceramics, the finger-friendly ceramic blade gives users a safer alternative to dangerous steel. 


Beyond safety, the Precision Cutter features an elegant profile, created by renowned designer Karim Rashid. As with all good design, the Precision Cutter integrates beauty, functionality, and innovation into a deceptively simple tool. Users fall in love with this unique tool when they feel the control of its smooth non-slip grip and fixed blade.

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Slice customers get free and easy returns, with no minimum orders. If you're not satisfied with our product for any reason, contact us within 30 days of purchase.

Slice customer service will:

  1. Listen to the issues you're having
  2. Take note so we can improve our products and service
  3. Arrange for a free return: no shipping, no hassle

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