Rhino Self-Healing Large Cutting Mat (No Grid)
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Rhino Self-Healing Large Cutting Mat (No Grid)

Brand: SpeedPress
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  • Thick, durable, long-lasting 180-gauge (3/16") polyethylene plastic.
  • Without grid underlay.
  • Suitable for both rotary cutters and straight utility knives.
  • Translucent; non-glare matte surface.
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Product Description

Trimming digital prints and sheet goods has never been easier and faster with the help of Rhino Self-Healing Large Cutting Mat. The extra large, self-healing cutting mat is perfect for your cutting tables. It has no grid underlay. It is thick, durable and long-lasting, manufactured of 180-gauge (3/16") polyethylene plastic.

The translucent, non-glare cutting mat looks and functions great. Ideal for quilters, printers, signmakers, framers, photographers, designers, crafts, sewing, model making, chef cutting boards, and more. These Rhino Self-Healing Large Cutting Mat protects your work surface and easily attaches to your work table with double-sided tape.

Product Details

  • Thick, durable, long-lasting 180-gauge (3/16") polyethylene plastic.
  • Without grid underlay.
  • Suitable for both rotary cutters and straight utility knives.
  • Translucent; non-glare matte surface.
  • Large seamless mats for straight cutting.
  • Sizes to fit most oversized work tables.
  • Solvent proof; no offensive odor.
  • Knife blades last longer.
  • Protects your work surface.
  • Easily attaches to your work table with double-sided tape.

Item Specifications

  • Size: Choose Above
  • Grid Sheets: None
  • Surface: Translucent (Non-Glare Matte)
  • Quantity: 1pk

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Per the manufacturer, The Rhino Mats aren’t well suited for high heat applications. The plastic can begin to deform at temperatures above 120 F.

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