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Olfa Tools Japan
QR - 6S (1071798)
Olfa 1-Piece Acrylic Quilt Ruler, Transparent
6 inch x 12 inch
Cut and measure accurate borders, patchwork, strips, and binding
Unique patented Pivot Point angle markings to easily make 15, 30, 45, 60 and 90 cuts
Easy to read number and grid lines with 1 inch grids and 1/8 inch increments ensure precise measurements
Accommodates both right- and left-handed users.
Perfect for squaring up finished quilt blocks.
right-and left-handed use.
Non-Slip surface for stable and safe cutting, Frosted Advantage Acrylic Rule
18mm Heavy-Duty Silver Snap-off Blades, 10 pack (LB-10B)
8-segment 18mm snap-off Olfa blade
Made from high-quality carbon tool steel
Micro-honed blade provides superior initial sharpness and edge retention
Exact 59 degree front-edge angle optimizes cutting power and minimizes blade breakage
OLFA LB-10, 18mm HEAVY DUTY snap off cutters to fit the
PL-1, LL, KL, L-1, L-2, L-3, OL, FL, CL, ML, SL-1, EXL, XL-2,
BN-L, BN-AL, NOL-1, NL-AL, CMP-2, CS-1, CS-2, BSR-200,
BSR-300, BSR-600, L5-AL,
L-5, DL-1, L-1/green.
OLFA® premium utility knife blades are made of the finest quality tool grade steel. Each blade undergoes a special multi-step production process to ensure unparalleled sharpness and superior edge retention. This makes OLFA® blades virtually unmatched in their initial cutting power and edge retention.
OLFA® snap-off blades are ground, then specially honed for maximum cutting performance. Segments are angled to a precise 59° which complements the natural position the hand assumes when cutting. This precise angle helps prevent the blade from breaking during use. The cutting edge of OLFA® snap-off blades can be instantly and easily refreshed upwards of 13 times – simply snap off the dulled segment for a fresh edge. The snap-off blade also offers an advantage in material cost savings by providing up to 13 edges versus the two of traditional utility blades.
These heavy-duty blades can be used on construction materials such as drywall, linoleum, carpet, flooring, insulation, flexible conduit, roofing, and more