Who knew surgical blade technology could make such good craft blades? Oh that would be us!
The Swann-Morton Arts and Craft blades carried under our CS Arts and Crafts division are made with the same superior quality as our surgical blades. Whether you are bringing your memories to life in your latest scrapbooking project or building a scale model of a World War II fighter plane on the kitchen table the Swann-Morton craft knives and scalpels should never be far away.
For cutting fine veneers in Marquetry, creating a themed birthday cake in Sugar craft, a silhouette, inlaid or lace-like layered narratives in paper cutting – we have the tool for every delicate cut that makes the end result all that more special.
We have non-sterile surgical blades, ACM blades and disposable scalpels perfect for light, medium or heavy duty applications.
Here’s a look at some of the most common uses for the ACM craft blades.
ACM No.10 Blade – General cutting and light carving
ACM No.11 Blade – Light-weight materials, trimming and high precision cutting
ACM No.16 Blade – Stenciling, scoring and etching blades
ACM No.17 Blade – Chiseling blade for light-weight materials
ACM No.2 Blade – High precision cutting of medium and heavy duty materials
ACM No.18 Blade – Deep cross cutting and smooth chiseling blade
ACM No.22 Blade – Carving blade for medium and heavy duty materials
ACM No.24 Blade – Corner cuts, deburring, stripping and gasket cutting
ACM No.28 Blade – Contour and shaping blade
As for our surgical blades they are most commonly used for the following.
Size 10A Blades – Graphic design, precise trimming of light-weight materials such as polystyrene, resins and balsa wood, model build projects and jewelry industry
Size 11 Blades – Precise trimming of light-weight materials such as polystyrene, resins and balsa wood, model build projects and rubber mold castings for the jewelry industry
Size 15 Blades – Used within the electronics industry for trimming printed circuit boards, removing excess solder and cutting plastic wires
Take a closer look at the arts and crafts blades available to you at csartsandcraftsproducts.com.
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