- 商品尺寸: 5.3 x 20.7 x 24 cm
- 商品重量: 245 g
- 发货重量: 249 g
- ASIN: B00C90WLE2
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EK tools Scissor Pro Circle Cutter, New Package
- Easily cut and draw perfect circles from 1-inch to 6-inch diameter in 1/16-inch increments
- Replacements blades store in shuttle handle, shuttle attaches to edge of circle cutter for storage
- Blade shuttle rotates while disc spins
- Includes circle cutter, blade shuttle and 3 replacement blades
Use the Ek Tools circle scissor pro circle cutter to cut and draw circles from 1-inch to 6-inch diameter. Rotating disc is marked in 1/16-inch increments. Blade shuttle rotates with disc for smooth function and attaches to edge for storage. Replacement blades store in shuttle handle. Includes circle cutter, blade shuttle and 3 replacement blades.
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The closest competitor product is a very similar one endorsed by Martha Stewart. I decided on this one over Martha's because there was some poor reviews on hers about it not holding steady and such. From what I can tell, the blade holder on hers has to be held carefully since it has no support. The cutter on this product is a round piece with the blade in one position of the piece so that the rest of it sits on the plastic and supports it from move out of place.
I've no issues with the disc or the blade moving out of position while cutting.
One other thing this has over the Martha Steward product is the crosshairs, which help align the center of what you're cutting.
I got this to make some custom stickers from vinyl sticker paper I have. It works great! Definitely recommended.
This was my second circle cutter; my first was an OLFA compass (CMP-1). Although the compass produced a clean edge and a consistent path, aligning it to the center of a print design was nearly impossible. This is where the Circle Scissor Pro excels. Alignment is made easy thanks to perpendicular axes printed onto the transparent cutting guide. Just align these to a centerpoint or corresponding axes on your print design, and you're ready to go. The guide should keep your material firmly in place as you cut; if there's any doubt, just tape down a few corners beforehand.
The rough edges are a problem, though, and I'm currently wondering what I can do to fix this. Specifically, I wonder if EKTools has ever considered including a small glass cutting mat with this? The Circle Scissor Pro is a very bulky tool in terms of its storage profile, and yet there's plenty of unused room within its packaging. Adding a suitable cutting mat might help ensure better results from the start. Glass seems to be recommended; a self-healing mat (what I've been using) may not be the best choice for this type of blade setup.
I read other review of products where the blade drifted a little between the start and end of a cut, which made for non uniform circles that didn't fall cleanly away. After about a hundred cuts, not once did I run into that problem.
After a while, I could definitely tell the blade was starting to dull down so I'd have to make a couple extra passes and press down harder. It was a little more work by that point, but the cuts always came out perfect. This thing is consistent, and the reason is that its design is simple. There are no lock nuts to come loose, no multi-part crank handles.
I actually found that I wasn't using the crosshair at all. Instead, I'd lay the cutter down and spin it around to check how the socket I wanted to use lined up with other elements I wanted the circle to register to.
I spent WAY more time than any rational person ought spend hunting for the perfect circle cutter but my time and efforts paid off. Spare yourself the hassle. Stop looking and get this one.