Hmm. How do I make cutting tools interesting? We are familiar with common cutting tools we have around the house. Scissors are used to cut through paper and fabric. Wire cutters are for, well, wires. Utility knives handle more heavy duty works, and craft knives handle more precise ones. Some materials, like thick plastic, are not easily handled by household tools. On top of that, sometimes we need heavy duty and precision rolled into one. For that, check out Wondercutter.
Cut Any Material With Ease
The Wondercutter is essentially a craft knife with an ultrasonic boost. When turned on, the blade vibrates at a whopping 40,000 times per second. This enables the Wondercutter to trim materials that would be too much for average scissors and craft knives. Originally designed to tackle the question of how do we cut through plastic with home cutting tools, the Wondercutter is now capable of handling an array of materials. The Wondercutter glides through plastic, acrylic, leather, ABS, PCB, PC, formex, chemical fiber, leather, and more.
Cut with Ultrasonic Precision
Sometimes, just being able to slice through a touch material isn’t enough. If all I need is to cut through some plastic, I might as well go get a saw. Some projects require precision, too. The Wondercutter’s precision blade makes it suitable for detailed work too. It handles curves and corners with ease, making it the perfect tool for handicrafts and home improvement projects alike.
Easy to Use, Fit for All Tasks
I can see that my friends in art school would really appreciate a blade that cuts through tough materials like butter, and I’d quite like to have it around the house. The Wondercutter is stored in a lightweight, portable recharging case. The blade is linked to the case with an old school coil cable, and the case comes with a belt clip for easy transporting while you’re at work. Simply charge it, and when you need it, turn it on. The low power consumption means it can be used for up to 2.5 hours in one go on soft materials.
Each set of Wondercutter comes with safety gloves to keep you safe while working. The manufacturer also warns that while the blade can cut through multiple materials, it is originally designed to handle 3mm plastic sheets. Other materials could be damaged due to frictional heating, and you should not use the Wondercutter on hard materials like glass and metal. If you are interested in getting one, the Wondercutter is now raising funds on Kickstarter. You can pre-order yours there, and the cutter is expected to ship in May 2018.
Why stop here with the ultrasonic buzz? After a DIY session, clean your work gear with the ultrasonic Sonic Soak!
Video Credit: Wondercutter
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