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OLFA 45mm Rotary Blades, 5-pack
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- Cuts through 6 layers at once
- Made from high-quality tungsten tool steel
- Includes plastic blade storage/blade disposal case
- Fits any OLFA 45mm rotary cutter
- Also available in 1-, 2- and 10-pack sizes
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Style Name: Fine | Size: 1 - Pack
Top Customer Reviews
I use my rotary cutter for quilting fabric, cutting photographic paper, cutting regular paper. My blades do a lot of work!
I use a rotary blade sharpener to prolong the life of each blade for a long time. I have re-sharpened each blade at least 10 times each. I see improved cutting (for example, on fabric you stop getting a few threads that did not get cut on the first stroke).
These blades are very high quality, they take many re-sharpening and continue to work as new!
For most part of the 10 years I have re-sharpened my Olfa rotary blade, I used a rotary blade sharperner Rotary Blade Sharpener- For 45mm Blades
To sharpen the blade, you to disassemble the rotary cutter, which has a number of pieces including the blade. Then you place the the blade between two round circles the sharpener. Each side facing the blade has sand paper, that polishes out the nicks in the blade. You sharpen the blade by rotating the two pieces of the sharper against each other. After the sharpening you have to move the blade back to the rotary cutter, and then reassemble the rotary cutter correctly (one has to remember how pieces fit together exactly).
Recently I discovered a sharpener that works without having to remove the blade from the cutter. It works by using the same motion as you cut, by moving the cutter in the sharpener itself. Not having to remove the blade from the sharpener is a *huge* advantage. It is faster, less chance of cutting yourself, and no chance of assembling the rotary cutter the wrong way (been there, done that).Read more ›
Here's a picture of the blade he very first time I used it. That fabric was on the blade when I opened the package and as you can see it skips:
Any serious tailor or dressmaker understands that these tools, if used for fabric, are not touch paper - this dulls the blades.
Order with little hesitation, and check them immediately when you receive them. One just needs to open the package and see if there are fragments of fabric, and a quick test on a "piece of fabric". If there are issues address them straight away and you will be fine. I think you will not have issues.
So much easier and faster than using scissors and really saves my hands from aching.
I highly recommend them if you quilt
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I sew a lot, and I use a rotary cutter and mat to cut out my pattern pieces. Here's my review of these blades. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Sassbox
There is nothing like OLFA products and especially these blades. I recently started quilting and a sharp blade make the work of cutting fabric a breeze. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Bergs13