Whether you are new to the craft world or a seasoned pro, it can be difficult to figure out which Cricut blade is best suited for your particular project. Whether you are using a bonded fabric blade, a deep point blade, or a rotary blade, you will need to know which one is right for you.
Deep Point Blade
Unlike the Fine Point blade, the Deep Point blade has a deeper angle that allows it to cut thicker materials. This makes it a good choice for intricate cuts on thick materials, such as chipboard. The blade also comes with a protective housing.
Cricut replacement blades are made of high quality German carbide steel. They are great for cutting medium to thin materials, such as cardstock, paper, vinyl and magnetic materials. They also come with a mat. The blade housing is available in silver or gold.
The deep point blade is more durable than the fine point blade. The housing is made of a stronger material and has a more curved blade angle. It can also cut heavy cardstock.
The Cricut Deep Point Blade can be used with the Cricut Maker and Explore family of machines. It cuts most materials up to 1.7mm thick. It is compatible with all of the other blade housings and can also be used in the Cricut Air 2.
The Cricut Deep Point blade is recommended for projects that require intricate cuts on thick materials. It can also be used to cut rubber sheets, chipboard and poster board.
Designed to be used with the Cricut Maker, the Cricut Rotary Blade is a small circular blade that turns like a wheel to cut fabrics. It has a quarter inch diameter, but it can cut layers of fabric at once. It is not an ideal cutting device for thicker materials, but it is perfect for delicate crepe paper and other soft fabrics.
The Cricut Rotary Blade is a small circular cutter that is designed to make cutting your fabric and other materials easier and faster. It fits into the Cricut Maker’s adaptive tool system, which allows for clean and accurate cuts. The Adaptive Tool System is exclusive to the Cricut Maker and is the best way to cut designs with precision and speed.
The Cricut Rotary Blade and Housing set is perfect for sewing projects. It includes a rotary blade and a drive housing, which makes cutting easy. It can be used to cut fabrics, foam, leather, and other materials.
Bonded Fabric Blade
Whether you are a Cricut Maker user or an Explore user, you can make intricate cuts on bonded and non-bonded materials with the Cricut Bonded Fabric Blade. This blade is made from German carbide steel and is specially designed for intricate cuts on specialty fabrics.
It has a sturdy housing that can withstand a lot of wear and tear. Also, with a sharp fabric blade and is perfect for use with polyester and silk. It also stays sharp longer when using fabric that has an iron-on backing.
Cricut has many other blades that can help you cut all kinds of materials. However, some blades are better suited for thicker materials. You can get a fine point blade or a deep cut blade to help you with your projects.
The Cricut Maker is the latest in the Cricut line. It has an adaptive tool system that allows you to switch tools as you need them. It is also compatible with all of the Explore family machines.
Whether you’re making home decor or jewelry, the Cricut Knife Blade is a great way to add dimension to your project. However, using the knife blade can take some time. For thick materials, you may have to make several passes. The Cricut Maker’s QuickSwap system makes it easy to swap out tool tips.
The Knife Blade can cut dense materials up to 3/32 in thick. It also has the ability to make multiple passes, so it can increase depth as it goes. When using the blade, you’ll need to line up your material with the top left corner of the cut screen.
You’ll also want to use a strong grip mat. Make sure the material you’re using is about 11 inches wide. Also, keep in mind that the more intricate your design, the longer it will take to cut.
If you’re using wood veneers, be sure to cut them on a larger size. You’ll also want to be careful about knotted wood.