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  • #16 Scoring Blade
  • #16 Scoring Blade

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#16 Scoring Blade

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The X-ACTO #16 Scoring Blade is a delicate cutting tool designed for scoring lightweight materials. The unique shape of the blade makes it easy to change directions and perform intricate, detail cuts without ripping or tearing the material.

The #16 Scoring Blade by X-ACTO works with lightweight and delicate materials, including the following:

  • Light paper
  • Soft woods
  • Plastic
  • Stickers and decals
  • And more

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.


X-ACTO Tips and Project Ideas

Getting a Clean Straight Cut

Your X-ACTO craft knife is invaluable when making clean cuts in paper, but when you need to make straight cut lines, it is best to have a couple of other tools to work in tandom with your knife. A self-healing mat of course adds the perfect surface allowing you to apply to correct amount of pressure when cutting without harming your work area. Along with a good self-healing mat, a straight-edged stainless steel ruler is essential. The ruler allows you to use the hard edge as a guide without nicking the ruler as you cut along your straight line. You should have a firm grip on our knife, without squeezing too tightly. One hand should be steady on the straight edge, and the other guiding the knife to perform a perfect straight cut every time.