Fiskars Rotary Cutter - 45mm

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Making Clean Cuts with a Rotary Cutter

To make the best possible cuts with your Fiskars Rotary Cutter, always be sure that the blade is sharp and free of nicks or other damage. If you find that your rotary cutter is not cutting through the material completely or is skipping sections, it is most likely the sign of a damaged or dull blade. Cut while standing whenever possible, moving the blade away from yourself and applying light, even pressure for the duration of the entire cut. Use a Self-Healing Mat to protect your cutting surface and keep rotary blades sharp for longer, and cut along the edge of a Ruler to ensure straight cuts.

How To Change Rotary Cutter Blades | Fiskars Rotary Cutter

Changing a Fiskars Rotary Cutter Blade

Keeping a sharp blade on a Fiskars Rotary Cutter is extremely important to cutting fabric cleanly and safely. For best results, change the blade of your Fiskars Rotary Cutter at the beginning of every new project or more often with frequent use. To change a Fiskars replacement blade, unscrew the metal nut on the outside of the cutter. Remove the blade guard if applicable, then carefully remove the used blade. Wipe down the Rotary Cutter with a soft cloth to remove any lint or dust that may have accumulated under the blade, and then carefully replace the old blade with a new one, being sure to never touch the edges. Re-attach the guard and fasten the screw back into place, tightening until snug but not too tight. Dispose of the used blade safely by taping it shut in the opened packaging or other thick scrap material.

Fiskars Rotary Cutter

Scissors or Rotary Cutter?

Choosing between Scissors and Rotary Cutters is a much-debated topic—but the answer depends mostly on the type of project you intend to use it on! Both are excellent fabric cutting tools with their own advantages. Rotary cutting tools are great for making very clean cuts, and cutting a lot of material quickly. They also allow you to cut through multiple layers of fabric at once. With scissors or shears, you gain the advantage of more control, which is great for cutting small, tight corners or precise angles and curves. Aside from these distinct advantages, which cutting tool is right for you is largely a matter of personal preference and comfort.