X-ACTO Heavy-Duty 12" Paper Cutter

12" x 12" x 3.5" - 12 Sheet Capacity - 12" Cutting Length - Wood Base - Steel Blade - Brown & Black - View Complete Details

Product Number: EPI26312

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X-ACTO Heavy-Duty 12" Paper Cutter - Built to stand up to the frequent use in busy office and school environments. X-ACTO® hardened steel blade stays sharp with the Perpetual Edge Self-Sharpening System. Trigger-lock safety latch secures blade when not in use. Safety guard keeps fingers away from the blade. Durable 3/4" thick base features standard and metric grids and adjustable paper guide for more precise alignment. Dual rulers for convenient measuring. Easy-grip handle helps increase your cutting power. Non-skid rubber feet prevent slipping.

  • X-ACTO® hardened steel guillotine blade cuts through paper easily and cleanly.
  • Perpetual Edge Self-Sharpening System™ keeps guillotine blade sharp.
  • Sturdy wood base makes cutting easier.
  • Deluxe safety guard keeps fingers away from blade.
  • Adjustable sliding guide helps deliver precision cuts.
  • Safety lock handle for guillotine blade.
  • Enhanced standard and metric grids.
  • Easy-grip handle.
  • Non-skid rubber feet to prevent sliding.
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works great but the blade went dull


from Indianapolis, IN

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Comments about X-ACTO Heavy-Duty 12"" Paper Cutter:

the blade went dull and there are no replacment blades. It seem easy enough to replace but where are the blades at.

  • Primary use:
  • Business

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I have bought it again.


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      Comments about X-ACTO Heavy-Duty 12"" Paper Cutter:

      I use my cutting board for my stationery business. I purchased this 3 years ago and the paper holder thing was worn out and wouldn't stay in place and my blades were getting dull. I purchased the same model in January and X-Acto improved the blades but lowered the quality of the structure of the entire board. When the time comes for me to wear down this cutting board I will most likely purchase it again.

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      • Q:

        Where can I get a replacement blade for this product?
        Asked on 6/22/2016 by Sheri from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

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          There is not replacement blade for this X-Acto Heavy-Duty Paper Cutter.

          Answered on 6/23/2016 by Anonymous
      • Q:

        can this product cut basswood or walnut sheets with 1/16" thickness?
        Asked on 4/3/2012 by Anonymous

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      • Q:

        Can you buy replacement blades for this paper trimmer?
        Asked on 3/15/2011 by Anonymous from Wilmington, NC

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          The X-Acto Paper Trimmer is a guillotine-style trimmer and does not have replacement blades. It does have a self-sharpening system and a two-year warranty.

          Answered on 3/16/2011 by Adam
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          I thought I had a dull blade when all I needed to do was to make an adjustment to the handle. Flip the cutter over and use a crescent wrench to tighten the bolts. Also tighten any loose screws with a phillips head screwdriver and that should do the trick. It worked for me :)

          Answered on 1/21/2014 by stamp addict from Guthrie, OK
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