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Made of lightweight wood in a size that's perfect for smaller hands. Tiny wooden peg keeps the blades intact, so they're easy to install and change.
Handle only, or set with handle and cutter numbers 1, 2, 5, 8, 9, and 10.
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Not sharp enough for rubber stamp carvin
from Longmont CO
Comments about Small Wooden Linoleum Cutter:
The handle is nice quality, and blades fit nicely into the handle without a chuck to loosen and tighten. But beware that the blades are not nearly as sharp as the Speedball brand! They worked okay on linoleum, if I warmed up the linoleum to soften it a little, but were definitely not sharp enough to carve rubber stamp material very well! (I tested on Eco Karve, Speedball Speedy Carve, and white hi-polymer eraser.)Not a bad value for the price, as long as you don't want to carve rubber stamps.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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okay for good price
By Concrete guy
from Hot Springs, AR
nibs do not stay in handle...use with caution to avoid injury.I modified for safety and use. OK for price
Great Alternative to Standard Handles
By Haven't Cut Linoleum Since Childhood
from Ann Arbor, MI
The small wooden handle feels great in the hand. A friend and I were making stamps using her tools. She had 2 sets - the standard Speedball handle with the knurled nut used to hold/change the blades and this wooden handle with a pin/dowel to hold the blade in place (the plain wooden handle pictured in the thumbnail, not the metal banded one pictured in the set) The blades were interchangeable.- We both preferred the wooden handle, because it did not have any knurled nut uncomfortably interfering with our fingers placement. We both felt it gave us greater control, because of the comfort of no knurl metal. - On the knurled handle, I had difficulty with the knurled nut coming loose, which caused the blade to shift. The wooden one held the blades steady. Changing blades was as easily as pulling one out and sticking the other blade in, after I had gotten over my fear of cutting myself.- I found the blades to be indifferent, adequate for a beginner stamp carver (my experience is wood carving) in the soft materials used for stamps. The only reasoning I did not give the wooden handle the highest rating, is that I have not used the Speedball Wooden E-Z Cut Handle for comparison (available on this website), and do not know if they are the same size.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Carving made hard
from Peoria, IL
The blades were dull. It only works with great force causing you to break a sweat. I didn't realize how horrible the product was until I used a different that allowed me to carve with great ease.
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