X-Acto X3002 Medium-Weight Knife with Aluminum Handle and Safety Cap
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X-Acto X3002 Medium-Weight Knife with Aluminum Handle and Safety Cap

Part #: EPIX3002
Brand: X-Acto
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  • Cutting Style: Straight
  • Comes with No. 2 blade for precision cutting
  • Aluminum handle
  • Comes with Safety cap
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This X-Acto X3002 Medium-Weight Knife features an aluminum handle and safety cap. Comes with No. 2 blade for precision cutting.

Product Details

  • Medium-weight knife features an aluminum handle and safety cap
  • Comes with No. 2 blade for precision cutting

Item Specifications

  • Product Type:Utility Knife
  • Cutting Style:Straight
  • Color:Silver
  • Additional Information:Medium duty, Knife with safety cap
  • Packaged Quantity:1
  • Manufacturer Part Number:X3002

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X-Acto X3002 Medium-Weight Knife with Aluminum Handle and Safety Cap

Transcript: This is the X-Acto X3002 Medium Weight Knife!

First of all, it comes with a safety cap to cover the blade when it is not in use. It simply slides off and on. The cap also keeps the blade from rolling away when on a flat surface.

To change a blade, twist the textured part of the handle. This releases the blade to then be removed and changed with another one. It may take a little precision, but overall the process is very simple. Then screw the handle back to tighten the blade.

This is the medium weight knife compared to the normal, light duty knife. It’s a similar design, but slightly ...
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This is the X-Acto X3002 Medium Weight Knife!

First of all, it comes with a safety cap to cover the blade when it is not in use. It simply slides off and on. The cap also keeps the blade from rolling away when on a flat surface.

To change a blade, twist the textured part of the handle. This releases the blade to then be removed and changed with another one. It may take a little precision, but overall the process is very simple. Then screw the handle back to tighten the blade.

This is the medium weight knife compared to the normal, light duty knife. It’s a similar design, but slightly larger and supports bigger blades.

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