In window film, paint protection film, and vinyl wrap/graphics installations, precision is what separates amateurs from professionals. A snug, no-gap fit begins with meticulous cuts, and the accuracy of those cuts is directly related to the performance of cutting instruments. Simply put, it’s important to choose the blade that’s been engineered for the job at hand.
Watch Patric Fransko of GDI Tools as he explains the difference between AccuTec’s GEM and American Line single edge blades.
GEM and American Line blades minimize waste while speeding up output. They have been engineered with one goal in mind: the blade must perform reliably on the job.
- Proprietary edge technology and angle geometry reduce the risk of snags, wrinkles, and rough edges
- Cutting edges are reliably sharp from first to last cut
- Blade metals and alloys are selected to perform in demanding work environments
Patric said it best about the engineers at AccuTec Blades: “They know what they’re doing with regard to making quality cutting instruments.”