Allen Datagraph, GCC, Turbo Cut, Zeta, Ioline Cobra
These blades are made of Tungsten Carbide C2 under the specifications of the plotter's manufacturers. Each one of our blades passes through a strict Quality control before being packed in perfect conditions for its sale.
Tips for better blade performance:
Keep protected the blade inside the package while you don’t use it.
You must be careful handling of your blade; its hardness composition of Tungsten carbide makes it strong but very brittle.
As a very fragile tool, you must prevent any fall or blow.
Avoid touching the blade tip or edge with your fingers, since the perspiration of the hands can cause that the knife go rusty.
Before start cutting any material, make a cutting test and adjust the force in your plotter to avoid a broken blade tip.
Use the correct blade angle according the material that you want to cut.
It is recommendable to use a different blade to cut each kind of materials.
If the blade needs to be cleaned, you can use any low density lubricant to remove the rusting.
You should check and/or replace the Teflon cutting strip of your plotter every 6-12 months to prevent ruts on it. These possible ruts affect the good cutting of the blades.