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    Craft knife with spare blades | Cutting tools and accesories
    • Craft knife with spare blades | Cutting tools and accesories
    • Craft knife with spare blades | Cutting tools and accesories
    • Craft knife with spare blades | Cutting tools and accesories

    Craft knife with spare blades


      Hobby knife | Craft knife | Xactoknife



      What is a craft knife?

      Hobbyist knives, also known as craft knives or precision knives, are essential cutting tools for various crafting and modeling projects. Green Stuff World offers a professional Hobby knife perfect for Hobbyists, Model Building Scrapbooking, and other craft projects with all its components made of metal to avoid breakage. Safe locking mechanism and because of its 10mm of thickness, comfortable and firm soft grip.

      Comes with 1 razor-pointed scalpel blade, size #11, ideal for cutting plastic or tiny metal pieces. The set includes a Safety Cap for the blade. This is the best xactoknife to keep handy.

      CONTAINS: 1 craft knife + 10x blade refills


      - Diameter of the tool: 10mm
      - Tool length: 12.5cm

      What are the possible uses of a craft cutter in modeling?

      Model making knives are essential tools for various crafting and modeling projects. These knives are designed to provide precision and control when cutting, carving, and detailing various materials. Here are some common uses for hobbyist knives in craft and modeling:
      • Cutting: they are excellent for cutting materials such as paper, cardboard, foam board, plastic sheets, and thin wood. They are particularly useful for making precise cuts and intricate shapes.
      • Trimming: When working with models or miniatures, they are used to trim excess material, such as flash or mold lines from plastic model parts, or to remove excess glue or filler.
      • Carving: they can be used for carving and shaping various materials, including softwoods, foam, and polymer clay. They are ideal for creating fine details and textures in sculptures, models, and dioramas.
      • Scoring and Scribing: they with sharp, pointed tips are useful for scoring and scribing lines into materials like plastic, metal, or balsa wood. This technique is commonly used in model-making to create panel lines, rivet details, or engraved markings.
      • Airbrush Stencil trimming: They are perfect for trimming out intricate designs and shapes from stencil sheets, adhesive vinyl, or masking tape for use in painting, airbrushing, or mixed media projects.
      • Waterslide Decal Trimming: When applying decals or stickers to models or surfaces, they can be used to trim excess material around the edges, ensuring a clean and professional-looking finish.
      • Detail Work: they are indispensable for performing delicate and precise detail work, such as engraving fine lines, cleaning up edges, or adding texture to surfaces.
      • Mat Cutting: these tools are equipped with sharp blades used together with cutting mats for cutting framing artwork or photographs. They can create beveled edges and precise cuts to enhance the presentation of the artwork.
      • Paper Crafting: they are widely used in paper crafting and scrapbooking for tasks like cutting intricate designs, scoring folds, and creating custom shapes and embellishments.
      • General Craft and DIY: they have countless applications in various projects, including model building, jewelry making, fabric cutting, and more.

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      How to change blade on craft knife?

      Changing the blade on a craft knife is a simple process. Here's a general step-by-step guide:
      1. Ensure Safety: Before beginning, make sure to work on a stable surface and wear appropriate safety gear, such as gloves and safety glasses, to protect your hands and eyes.
      2. Loosening the rear attachment. Loosen the back of the silver-colored handle. This will unlock the mechanism that secures the blade in place. 
      3. Remove the Old Blade: Carefully grasp it near its base. Slowly and gently pull it out straight from the handle. Be cautious not to touch the sharp edge.
      4. Dispose it Safely: Place the old blade in a designated disposal container or wrap it in several layers of tape to prevent accidental injuries during disposal.
      5. Prepare the replacement: Unwrap a new blade from its packaging. Be mindful of the sharp edge and handle it carefully.
      6. Insert the replacement: Holding the new blade by its sides, align the blade with the hobby knife handle. Insert the blade fully into the holder, ensuring it is seated securely.
      7. Lock the Blade again: Just engage it to secure it in place.
      8. Test the tool: After replacing it, test the tool to ensure that the blade is securely in place and functions correctly. Be cautious of the sharpness of the new blade.
      Following these steps will help you safely and effectively change the blade on your hobby knife, ensuring that it remains sharp and ready for your crafting projects.
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