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ROB.1970 Carton Cutter

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Robert Cristofaro, 1970-, American multidisciplinary artist, "Small Compact Carton Cutter, New York City 2020" engraved on face, 3 5/8 x 7/8 x 1/8 inches (9.21 x 2.22 x .32 cm), metal body / blade, signed and numbered.

Edition of 200. 

Safe, fully retractable, replaceable blade. 

Compact design perfect for studio use.

 

Use caution to prevent injuries or damage to other products while using the box cutter.

  • Keep the Blade Sharp - A dull blade requires additional pressure to make the cut or may tear the cardboard. Stop and change the blade when needed. A dull blade cuts erratically and can easily slip off the cutting path, increasing chances for injury.
  • Shorten the Blade - Most box cutters allow you to change the amount of blade that's exposed. By keeping it short, you'll reduce the risk of injury.
  • Retract the Blade When Not in Use – Always keep the blade covered or retracted when not in use to prevent risk of injury.
  • Angle the Blade Away From Your Body - When using a box cutter, angle the blade away from your body.
  • Don’t Place Your Thumb Over the Box Cutter - Hold the box cutter by "gripping" it, wrapping your thumb around it instead of over it.
  • Wear Gloves – It is always a good idea to wear gloves to prevent nicks and cuts.
  • Only Use For Proper Purposes – Make sure the material is able to be cut without significant pressure or stress on the blade.

 

 

ROB.1970 Carton Cutter
ROB.1970 Carton Cutter
ROB.1970 Carton Cutter
ROB.1970 Carton Cutter
ROB.1970 Carton Cutter
ROB.1970 Carton Cutter
ROB.1970 Carton Cutter