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Thread: Rotary cutters

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    Super Member GrannieAnnie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by judyrael View Post
    I think that Harbor Freight must buy their blades from different sources because I have read that some people have good luck with them and some do not. I ordered 2 packages of them and they are horrible. They cut like an old blade that is ready to be thrown away and I was only trying to cut 1 layer of material. I wouldn't waste my money on them. I can use them for cutting paper for my paper pieceing only.

    The first 10 or so I got were great, the last 20 or so, NOT!
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    I recommend "Steady Betty" to add to your rulers. It's a small narrow foam that sticks between the 1/4 inch marks on the rulers. It will help keep the rulers from sliding around. As for the cutter, Olfa blades work well for me. Always remember to push down toward the floor when cutting and let the cutter roll naturally.

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