Are you frustrated with your craft knife because it’s hard to grip or uncomfortable in your hand? Do you wish you had a tool that moves with you? The Slice® Craft Knife is every crafter and artist’s dream – a tool suited for artistic creation of all kinds that’s easy to hold and control.
The Slice Craft Knife is perfect for precision cutting, with a textured grip and weighted, durable handle that allows you complete control over your work. The blade is powerful enough to cut various materials without cutting you, including tape, tissue paper, cardstock, wallpaper, etc. It’s an essential tool for colored pencil artists, crafters, scratchboard artists, and ceramic artists.
From creating detail in colored pencil art and sculpting fondant to scrapbooking and stenciling, Slice makes people and places safer. Learn more below.
- “No roll” handle design for convenience
- Comes with a safety cap for when the knife isn’t in use
- 100% zirconium oxide blade that never rusts
- Blade lasts on average 11.2x longer than metal blades
- Easy-to-use ambidextrous design
- Precision cutting
- Create intricate shapes
- Make accurate, delicate cuts
- Soft plastic deburring for 3D print projects
Material: GFN, brass, PP, zirconium oxide
Dimensions: LWeight: 0.07 lb x W x H
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What Is a Craft Knife?
What Is a Craft Knife Used For?
While artists and crafters often choose it for paper cutting or sculpting, its design also lends itself well to industrial and laboratory applications. These include cutting around delicate electrical components and manipulating small samples in a lab. Unlike steel blades, the ceramic safety blades in Slice knives are non-conductive, chemically inert, and don't require special oil coatings. This reduces maintenance time, lowers the chance of lacerations, and removes any uncertainty around altering the material that’s being cut, scraped, or trimmed.
How to Use a Craft Cutter Safely?
How Do I Replace the Blade? How Often?
To replace the finger-friendly blade in a Slice craft knife, unscrew the grip section to loosen the tool’s blade enclosure. When the blade is loose enough to pull out easily, simply remove it and insert a fresh blade.