Get a better grip with this ergonomic handle design. Cuts easily along flutes as well as full or partial sheets. Easily makes an inside or outside bend. Can make a box or column by cutting three corners. Makes it easy to cut straight.
Designed for cutting with the flutes, not across flutes. Does not work as well going through double layers.
Utility knife cuts coroplast, ceiling tile, corrugate, gator board and foam board. Handle made of high-impact ABS with built-in staple remover. Ratchet-wheel blade lock allows variety of blade positioning. Tool-free blade change. Comfortable to use, versatile.
The cutting guide is not terribly useful. Some found the blades were not sharp enough to cut certain materials.
Blade is thinner than 2 credit cards. Measures 2.8-inches when closed. Titanium carbon blade cuts cardboard, paper, plastics, coroplast, foam board, gator board, wood, film and acetate. Ball-chain and hanging hole for convenient neck wear. Recessed finger grooves.
Good mostly for smaller jobs, not heavy duty use.
Stainless steel blade channel. Solid metal blade casing and finger lock. Intended for cutting shim, coroplast, wire form, weight board, balsa wood and other media. Screw blade-locking mechanism secures blade while cutting. Locking mechanism withstands up to 44 pounds of pressure. Grooved plastic body for comfort. Comes with 12 replacement 18 millimeter blades.
Locking mechanism gets in the way during light, quick use.
Rust-resistant stainless steel snap-off blade knife. Robust automatic blade lock. Designed for both right and left-handed use – lefties should just install the blades upside down for reverse use. Lightweight, slim and comfortable to use.
The blades that come with this tool could be better; consider replacing them with something higher quality when you are done with the initial set.
A reliable cutting tool for coroplast, or corrugated plastic, can provide clean, straight cuts with precision. Coroplast cutters come in several different designs, from snap-off knives to looped handle designs to basic folding knives. Any coroplast cutter can handle straight lines, but some are better suited for cutting curves, though this requires a steady hand and strong wrist. Some knives are best for cutting in the same direction as the flutes and may struggle to cut across flutes. Built-in cutting guides can be useful, but their practicality may vary. Many cutters have adjustable blades that allow you to achieve the desired length for different material thicknesses.
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