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Thread: Harbor Freight Cutter Blades

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    Are you using these in your round cutter?

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    Super Member featherweight's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by drose
    Are you using these in your round cutter?
    There is only round cutters as far as I know....Do you have another kind??

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    Right you are.So,that's a yes?

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    Didn't someone on another thread say that these blades chew up the mats faster because they are sharper than regular rotary cutter blades?

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    Got to get me some of these and try them.

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    The one I have in my rotary cutter has cut fabric for three quilts , queen size , still sharp.

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    I replaced my blade yesterday with one of them and man was it sharp. The ladies at my little sewing group gave me the money to go and buy a bunch for them on Tuesday next week when I get back over there.
    One lady had a cutter, I didn't pay attention to the name of it, but the original blade hole had like a 3 sided circle, I don't know how to describe it it looked a bit like 3 flower petals. Anyways the blade worked on it too. So that doesn't matter.

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    I love mine. I buy all they have every time I go by there. LOL

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    I went the totally opposite direction and invested in a Gingher rotary cutter and blades. Talk about super sharp!! At almost 11 bucks per blade I'll only buy them at 50% off at Jo-Ann's!!

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