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X-Acto 18" Heavy Duty Wood Guillotine Paper Cutter - 26358
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X-Acto 18" Heavy Duty Wood Guillotine Paper Cutter - 26358

X-Acto 18" Heavy Duty Wood Guillotine Paper Cutter - 26358

Part #: EPI26358
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Main Features:
  • Cutting Length:18"
  • Application/Usage: Paper
  • Material: Steel Blade, Wood Base with Rubber Feet
  • Safety guard protects fingers from hardened steel blade

ProductDescription

This X-Acto 18" Heavy Duty Guillotine Paper Cutter features an oversized, textured grip for the ultimate feeling of control and comfort. Even over periods of extended use, your hand and arm will remain comfortable. Its sturdy rubber feet ensure stability over multiple work surfaces. This paper cutter is engineered with only the finest quality materials to produce safe and accurate results every time. Its hardened steel blade features X-Acto Perpetual Edge self-sharpening system for a perfect edge with every cut. Multi-level safety features ensure your fingers stay away from the cutting blades. The X-Acto 18" Heavy Duty Guillotine Paper Trimmer is perfect tool for hobbyists, craft artists, photographers or anyone needing to make multiple precision cuts for a perfectly straight edge every time. Designed for precision and performance, the X-Acto 26358 cuts through multiple sheets of a wide variety of different materials.

Product Details

  • Self-sharpening
  • Durable wood base with rubber feet
  • Safety guard protects fingers from hardened steel blade
  • Adjustable guide for precision cuts
  • Safety lock secures blade
  • Easy grip handle

ItemSpecifications

  • Cutting Length:18"
  • Cutting Capacity:Up to 12 Sheets
  • Material: Steel Blade, Wood Base
  • Application/Usage: Paper,Photographs and Films
  • Packaged Quantity:1
  • Warranty: 2-Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty

ProductReviews

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Reviewed on 4/2/2018

4 Stars Review by Mybinding

The paper guide does not slide easily.

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: This is the X-Acto 18 inch Heavy Duty Wood Guillotine Cutter!

First, you can take the backstop and insert it into the channel cut out in the board.

Then unlock the blade.

Now insert your project and cut away.

The backstop fits very snuggly in the channel, and wiggling it from the sides is the easiest way to get it out. The dotted lines are half in measurements, and the solid lines are the centimeter measurements.

There is also some common sizes labeled on the board, and some common angles.


The board is nice dense wood, but most everything else is plastic, which adds to itâ€...
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This is the X-Acto 18 inch Heavy Duty Wood Guillotine Cutter! First, you can take the backstop and insert it into the channel cut out in the board. Then unlock the blade. Now insert your project and cut away. The backstop fits very snuggly in the channel, and wiggling it from the sides is the easiest way to get it out. The dotted lines are half in measurements, and the solid lines are the centimeter measurements.

There is also some common sizes labeled on the board, and some common angles.

The board is nice dense wood, but most everything else is plastic, which adds to it’s lightness in weight, but feels less sturdy.

Some cutters I use do not produce a straight line by using the top edge as a guide—this one did a decent job, but usually you are better off by using the lines as your guide.

I tried cutting through 20 pages, 15, pages, and 12 pages. It claims to do 15, but I recommend 12 as a better maximum. The lesser pages you cut at a time, the cleaner your cut will be.

And here is a last look at the bottom of cutter.
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