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The X-ACTO X2000 Precision Knife is the ultimate cutting tool for precision and accuracy. Does your job or project require surgical precision and laser like accuracy? The X2000 Precision knife is the blade that you are looking for. Made from the same quality materials as the original X-ACTO knife, the X2000 Precision Knife is sleek and comfortable to hold. However, the true brilliance of this precision cutting tool is in its design. You’ll be able to make even the most complex cuts with confidence and ease – no matter how small and no matter how detailed.

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. The X-ACTO X2000 Precision Knife is built with a carbon steel blade for a reliable cut every time. But in the end, what really makes this knife special is in the details. Small, detailed cuts are made with precision, accuracy and confidence with the X2000 Precision Knife.

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X2000 knife is black as shown.  Also available in cranberry and royal blue. A safety cap is included with each X2000 knife.

X-ACTO Tips and Project Ideas

Get a Grip with the Grid Method

The grid method is a tried and true, low-tech way to reproduce an image that you want to paint or draw onto another surface. It is a great way to enlarge a small photo onto a larger canvas without the use of transfer paper. The concept of the grid method is to break your image into small even sections using a grid, and then drawing an equal ratio grid onto your canvas or paper. When sketching your image onto your canvas, focus on one square at a time, until the whole image is reproduced. Before painting, either erase your grid lines, or simply paint right over them.