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A rotary tool can carve fancy curves quickly, if you don't mind noise, dust, and fuzzy edges. Shaping Creasing along the grain can produce.


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Cutting cardboard is a little trickier than cutting paper; even more, if it's a It is great to make cuts in straight lines but cutting out curved lines could be a little.


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A rotary tool can carve fancy curves quickly, if you don't mind noise, dust, and fuzzy edges. Shaping Creasing along the grain can produce.


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Cutting Cardboard These knives look sharp, and they are! Don't make sudden When cutting curves, do the same thing, except for the bending. How to Make a.


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I would think that an oscillating tool with a fine cutting blade might work, and What would you recommend for making many straight cuts in cardboard? Just saw with it and you can cut curves, sharp corners, etc. I have had.


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Cardboard dulls edges quickly! Other knives that work well are contractor's knives, for thicker cardboard and scalpels for curves and more.


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I'm needing to cut some shapes from cardboard. Laser would How thick is the cardboard and how complex the shapes? (Any curves?) 1 Like.


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β—‹Excellent maneuverability when cutting cardboard / Can even make clean They saw through cardboard beautifully - curves and circles are very easy. You'll​.


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Is there a better way to cut perfect circles this large? This cardboard is very thick and sturdy. I hope Inside curves are not to be trifled with.).


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Utility knife blades are sturdy so they won't flex or break, and they're usually pretty quick to swap out for a sharper one. An exacto knife cuts like butter. Tags: What is the best household tool to cut cardboard. Two or three light passes will cut through and leave a perfectly clean cut, whereas one heavy pass will often tear the board and isn't terribly safe if you are forcing the blade. Reply Upvote. Your parents would disagree not that it works, but with the tactic I prefer a utility knife because they are heavier and easier to wield than an x-acto knife. Either way, if you want it to look professional make sure to draw a fine line and then cut on the line. For some things, scissors work just fine. Also, if you cut on a large cutting mat the kind typically used for cutting fabric , this makes cutting precise shapes much easier and cleaner, not to mention safer. Be sure to measure and draw out lines where you want to cut, and use a good straightedge to help with any long straight cuts. If you don't believe me try it. Or you can use a saw, they're both pretty good.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} They suck. Change blades frequently--always use a sharp blade! Lindseya kevinhannan Answer 4 years ago. Anotar 10 years ago. Serial-Cricket 10 years ago. Depends on what you're cutting it for. X-acto blades are smaller and somewhat flimsy, but perfect for lighter work. If you draw a fine line then use a saber saw you can have the saw cut the line out so it is not left on either part. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Don't be soft and go with a knife Answer 4 years ago. Really does work btw. Answer 10 years ago. And one more thing--on thicker cardboard don't try to cut all the way through in one pass. XOIIO 10 years ago. Small straight cuts it is hard to beat an Xacto or Stanley knife, but for long or curved cuts a saber saw, preferably with a new blade, is the bees knees. I generally use a sharp knife, but the kind of knife depends on how large and how detailed the cut needs to be.