The Museum of the

The Blades


Use only genuine Cutawl blades. The operation of your machine is not guaranteed with other blades. These descriptions came from a 1972 price list. All blade types may not be currently available and some may have different numbers.

No. 0 for thin layers of soft materials

No. 3 for fine work in soft materials.

No. 6 for thin layers of hard and brittle materials.

No. 7 for cloth only.

No. 8 for fine work in soft materials.

No. 11 for thick layers of paper and soft materials.

No. 13 saw blade for wood and other materials too hard for chisels.

No. 22 for wood and metal.

No. 24 for general work in soft materials.

No. 25 for general work in hard materials.

No. 29 for thin brittle materials under 3/32"

No. 32 for cutting die board for steel die rules and other wood - 2 point (.028" x 1/8")

No. 33 same as above except 3 point (.042" x 1/8")

No. 34 same as above except 4 point (.056" x 1/8")

No. 42 same as above except 2 point (.028" x 3/16")

No 43 same as above except 3 point (.042" x 3/16")

No. 44 same as above except 4 point (.056" x 3/16")


Blade sheet

BladeSheet2

Company History
Home Page
Patents


Instruction Manuals
Machine Photos

Contributions, Comments and Commendations: rhett.bryson@furman.edu

Department of Theatre Arts - Furman University

 
2005 Rhett Bryson Pictures and text in this web site may not be used without permission.

Last Updated: Sept 14, 2005