Knives

  • Woodcarving Knife
  • Woodcarving Knife

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Woodcarving Knife

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The X-ACTO Wood Carving Knife is a great tool for many different carving projects. Designed for wood carving, the Wood Carving Knife is also great when working with linoleum and plastic. Its concave blade allows the artist to make custom niches and cuts that a straight edge would prove difficult. The wood carving knife handle is standard with most X-ACTO knife blades (No. 2, 15, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 28) as well as other wood carving blades, routers and saw blades.

X-ACTO knives are the preferred cutting tool for a wide variety of professionals and hobbyists alike. Designers and artists love the X-ACTO knife’s ability to produce careful and meticulous cuts with consistency, while engineers praise the knife’s durable design and reliability.

X-ACTO knives can make precise cuts through a variety of different craft materials:

  • All grades of paper
  • Mat board
  • Foam board
  • Delicate fabrics
  • Sheet metal
  • Plastic
  • And more

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. All X-ACTO knives are built with a carbon steel blade for a reliable cut every time. Additionally, they are crafted with a sleek design that fits comfortably in the hand, allowing you to continue making the precision cuts needed to finish the job, no matter how long it takes.

Turn That Painting Upside Down

Are you in need of a new perspective on your latest painting project? Try turning it upside down. By doing this simple exercise, it forces you to see your composition in a new and fresh way. It will let you focus on the the way the objects work together, rather than on the objects themselves. It can also allow you to create interesting brushstrokes from a different angle. It may also point out trouble areas you may have overlooked before. It is always a good practice to get a new viewpoint when completing your next masterpiece, and turning it upside down might be just the key.