- Infini EASYCUTTING TYPE B
Infini EASYCUTTING TYPE B
This is not like any other products. Please check it up carefully.
Our cutting matte is not produced using mold. We manufacture them by scribing the acrylic plate using Universal Laser.
After that, we do the primer treatment, orange color coating, UV drying in order.
1.Easy Cutting Mat Type B
B type can cut masking tape in any size you want easily without ruler. Straight line for art knife, circle cutter is needed for curves and circles. Cutting mat type B requires circle cutter, so it will come in handy if you prepare Circle cutter as well. Circle cutter got sold out pretty well in Korea.
There are some brands that produce circle cutter such as Olfa, but the best circle cutter that Suits with easy cutting is the one made by Platz, Japan.
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These make cutting mask a bit faster. However, it takes some adjustments, it’s difficult to find the grooves when there is tape. Since they are hard acrylic, you can ruin them if you fail to keep the knife in the groove.
The Infini Easycutting line is a set cutting boards that have tiny, laser-etched gutters to guide your crafting knife as you cut out various shapes. The type-B gives you access to squares and triangles of various sizes for cutting out checks or other shapes, and a set of circles for cutting out circular shapes for use on round objects, like cockpits. I've been using the board for a week now and it's been very useful for my miniature and plastic model painting, and exactly what I wanted. I'll probably try to grab one or two other boards. One note, though -- make sure your crafting knife is very sharp at the tip, as any dullness will affect the way the cutting works. In addition, cut carefully -- I've made a few mistakes where my knife has jumped the pathway, and I worry that if that happens enough times I'll lose the ability to cut exact shapes. I'd like to see a board made of something a bit tougher, if they ever do a second set, perhaps ceramics. But as is, I think ruining the board would take a lot of purposeful effort or a very long span of use. in short, highly recommended.