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Wrap Vinyl Flim Cutter Back Paper Slitter Affordable Bowery Cutter Cutting Tool on 2040-parts.com

US $12.99
Location:

Guangzhou, 广东省, China

Guangzhou, 广东省, China
Condition:New Type:Slitter Affordable Bowery Cutter Manufacturer Part Number:cutter with handle Brand:Unbranded UPC:Does not apply

Features:
1. It's easy to change the blade
2.It's affordable and convenient to use
3.Ship out within 48 hours(Working time : Monday to Friday)

Package:
1 x Vinyl Knife 2 x Replaceable Stainless Steel Blade

Warm Tips:
1. Turn the nuts at right side to change the blade. please change the blade in time if there are difficulties during cutting banners (four edges of the blade are all available)
2. It's not suitable for soft fiber cloth and PVC banner which is thicker than 0.8mm
3.Keep away from minors.                

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