|Product Dimensions||8.89 x 20.32 x 20.32 cm; 0.4 Grams|
|Item Model Number||4000|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Item Weight||0.4 g|
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Logan Graphics 4000 Deluxe Handheld Pull Style Mat Cutter, Silver
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- Cutter cuts full bevel cuts on any mat board and will also cut foamcore. Always use matboard underneath the board to ensure clean cuts.
- Perfect for cutting mat board, foam board, and other similar materials-works by pivot-and-pull blade action for easy, accurate cutting.
- Includes a marker bar for faster marking on mats for cutting with ease.
- Mat Cutter features an ergonomic knob for comfortable operation for all ages.
- Can upgrade for use on the Adapt-A-Rule straight edge,Compact, Artist or Simplex board mounted mat cutting systems. Uses Logan 270 blade.
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Logan-Deluxe Pull Style Mat Cutter. Perfect for cutting mat board foam board and other similar materials! This cutter cuts full bevel and has a unique border marking system. This 7x7x2 inch package contains one mat cutter five blades and instructions. Made in USA. The Deluxe Pull Style is Logan’s most advanced handheld mat cutter, including features developed and refined by Logan since 1974. The Deluxe Pull Style includes a marker bar system for faster marking, a pivot-and-pull blade, and an ergonomic handle. The blade slot prevents blade flex, resulting in straighter cuts. A start-and-stop indicator helps to eliminate over cuts. New ergonomic knob for comfortable operation. Can upgrade for use on the Adapt-A-Rule straight edge, Compact, Artist or Simplex board mounted mat cutting systems. Uses Logan 270 blade. This cutter is great for all applications relating to framing, model building, architecture, and other graphics and design projects. For at home framing, professional framing and other uses as well.
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A metal straight edge makes the cutting glide more smoothly. As does being able to stand right over the tool as you're making the cut so your weight bears down evenly.
I had a problem pressing down hard enough, particularly as I'm so short and my table is so high - I couldn't make a clean cut in one slice. I nearly put everything on the floor so that I could kneel over the top.
Also, after a few cuts my osteoarthritis in my wrist was really playing up.
For me the tool is a bit too hard to manage for multiple mats. So I would only use it for 1-2 in a sitting.
Tip - use a metal straight edge when cutting, stand over the tool to make sure of a clean cut in 1 pass, and practice on waste matboard first.
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The key is to use a good metal straight-edge (I used my drywall t-square, cause it was handy), and clamp it down well. (Two quick-clamps on the edge of my counter worked great). The instructions say to take 3 cuts, but I did each cut all the way through in a single shot. The result was clean and straight, with no noticeable overcut at the corners. The little pencil-lead marking thingy is moderately useful, too.
Use a straightedge, clamps, and a self healing mat for every cut.
Get the extra blades and check your blade before every cut– the tips are prone to breaking, which can dull your cuts.
I found 3 passes was the right amount to get a clean cut. I used an exacto knife to cut the corners away from the front if things didn’t line up perfectly.
Definitely do practice cuts before you cut into your nice material. It takes a minute to get the hang of it. I was confused because at the beginning of the cut, the blade goes over the line, and at the end, it’s right on or even under. But, everything evens out on the front side.
Best of luck.