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  • #28 Concave Carving Blade
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#28 Concave Carving Blade

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The X-ACTO #28 Concave Carving Blade is a heavy duty blade designed for whittling, carving and the initial shaping of a variety of different materials. Great for hobbyists and artists alike, this versatile carving blade makes it easy to move from rougher shaping cuts to more intricate cuts without needing to change knives. The blade features a unique curve which makes trimming around tight spaces easy.

The #28 Concave Carving Blade by X-ACTO is crafted to work with the following materials:

  • Soft Woods
  • Leathers
  • Linoleum
  • Plastics

X-ACTO blades are designed to allow you to make the careful and detailed cuts you need time and time again. Our blades are created with care and exceptional craftsmanship, producing a cutting edge that stays sharp. An X-ACTO quality blade is always ready when you need it.

The original X-ACTO knife has been praised for more than 50 years as the standard for precision. Attaining this level of precision, accuracy and reliability starts with supreme quality craftsmanship. X-ACTO knife blades are crafted with sharpened carbon steel for a reliable cut and a strong blade. X-ACTO knife blades fit with most X-ACTO knife models.

Tips on Preventing Wrist Injuries while Carving

The art of woodcarving is a fantastic hobby or trade, but it can be hard on your wrists. Try some of these helpful tips to strengthen your wrists so as to prevent injury. First of all, take many breaks from carving, stretching your arms above your head and holding your hands together for at least a minute. Next, try holding your hands in a prayer-like position with your fingers pointing towards the ceiling. Press your palms together and hold for 30 seconds. If need be, you can wear a wrist brace found at your local drug store while carving, or even while resting it to lessen any discomfort in your wrists. Most importantly, if you are experiencing possible Carpal Tunnel symptoms, it is important to consult with your doctor.