KEKAI CB09 CB09U Graphtec Blade Holder Base with 15pcs (30/45/ 60 Degree) Graphtec Blade Vinyl Cutter Plotter Cutting Blades Silhouette Cameo
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- CB09 Graphtec Blade Holder Vinyl Plotter Holder with 15pcs Blades
- Compatible with: Graphtec CB09U CB09
- Material: made from tungsten cemented carbide. High hardness (HRA92.6), come with springs
- Fine polishing process, suitable for mahogany, wood, PVC color board, MDF and other precision relief
- What you will get: 15 pcs (30 ° / 45 ° / 60 ° Each degree 5pcs) Cutter Blade
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Material: hard alloy
Length of blade: 12mm
Length of holder: 51.8mm
Degree of Blade: 30 ° / 45 ° / 60 °
Suitable for polishing wood, pvc mahogany color, precision, MDF and other relief.
30° blades are predominantly used for cuting very thin window tint and mylar materials.
45° blades are the standard blade that comes with most vinyl cutters. They are recommended for all standard cast and calandered vinyls as well as other thin materials such as ThermoFlex Plus.
60° blades are recommended for thicker materials such as reflective films, flock and twill materials and also sand-blast resist.
1 x Blade holder
5 x 30° Cutter Blade
5 x 45° Cutter Blade
5 x 60° Cutter Blade
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After reading the other reviews, I am in full agreement. You will not go wrong with this product.
The seller is just as awesome. I got this in less than 24 hours and I had no problem with figuring out how to set the knife depth. I might have gotten lucky but I set it and it cut perfectly on the first, (and every) try...
I watched a video on YouTube and it showed how to set your depth by using a scrap of vinyl and using your hand to hold and pull the knife housing with the blade set to where you can hardly see it...and with a little pressure you pull it across the vinyl. Do this several times while adjusting the screw, until it does not cut the backing paper. I laid a magazine under the vinyl to protect the table. After it cut nicely, I put it in the machine and tried cutting test squares. It cut the first square perfectly! It has cut about 30 more designs and still going strong. I love this blade system! I am buying more for different uses.
This set contains the blade holder itself and three sets of five blades and springs for three different cut angles: 30, 45 and 60. I only used the 45 degree blade which corresponds to the standard Silhouette blade.
Installing the blade in the holder is delicate and requires good dexterity and eyesight: you unscrew the black tip, insert the blade, add the spring, screw the tip back on. The hard part is making sure the blade goes to the right place and the spring stays on.
Once you've installed the blade, turn the button at the other end of the holder to adjust the cut thickness. I used a scrap piece of the card I was planning on cutting to test the blade setting and make sure I was cutting all the way through but not more than needed. Then, install the blade holder in the tool holder on my first generation Silhouette Cameo and voilà.
I tested using a very intricate design that had given me trouble before with a brand new Silhouette blade; many small details had required manual weeding. With this blade, all the negative space remained stuck to the mat on the first try, even the tiniest cuts (I'm talking about circles 1/2mm in diameter). So, while it lacks the convenience of the dial-by-number setting of the blades (and the autoblade on the Curio 3) it more than makes up for it by delivering a very high quality cut.
Another benefit compared to the OEM blades: you can adjust the settings without removing the tool from the holder, so you can tweak the cut depth quickly if your test cut shows you needs this little extra bit of depth.
While using this blade undeniably adds some degree of complexity compared to the OEM blades (especially if you use the Autoblade feature on a Curio 3) I believe the cut quality and cost savings more than make up for it (replacement blades cost a little over a buck)
Very highly recommended.
I use the sharpest angle for a range of simple to very fine and detailed cuts on my Silhouette Cameo 2 (which I also purchased on Amazon, and it's great!). Until I bought these blades, I was using Silhouette's brand. Unfortunately, they just don't last very long. I use my machine very often, and use it mostly on plain adhesive vinyl, metallic adhesive vinyl, and heat transfer vinyl.
Important note: there was a brief period in the beginning where these blades seemed to have trouble making complete and clean cuts when turning corners. A dab of oil at the base of the blade when installing the blade in it's proprietary holder, solved the issue immediately. Applied a very small drop twice in a little over six months.
Also people have mentioned putting the blade into the holder and adding the spring is fiddly. Can I recommend a magnifying glass, strong light and most importantly handling the blade and spring with tweezers (which will save you sticking yourself).
Doing it this way was really simple and once in I have to say these blades cut like a champ, I'm hoping they last a nice long time, but even if they don't they are still a lot cheaper than the Silhouette alternative.