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eBay... You want "Swann Morton SM 01 Blades 4211". £6.45 for 50 when I last looked.
By Dan Stockwell on 31 January 2017
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Me as well. Mr Sellers knows a thing or two. Happy woodworking!
By ConstableComfortable on 02 March 2017
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The knife seemed strong when I put pressure on it. But I only used it to cut vinyl so im not 100% sure with wood.
By Anonymous on 05 November 2015
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If cutting polythene dust sheets yes. Folding Pocket knife is excellent for precision work. I use mine as a marking knife for woodwork. Otherwise Agree with previous replies, use normal Stanley Knife, sort that has been around for years. On Amazon at £4.30
Product description is, Stanley 199E Trim Knife Grey 2 10 199.… see more
If cutting polythene dust sheets yes. Folding Pocket knife is excellent for precision work. I use mine as a marking knife for woodwork. Otherwise Agree with previous replies, use normal Stanley Knife, sort that has been around for years. On Amazon at £4.30
Product description is, Stanley 199E Trim Knife Grey 2 10 199. Hard thicker plastics cutting with a knife would need numerous cuts to get through, reducing accuracy. Suggest experiment on some waste plastic first, try a google search. "How to cut plastic" If all else fails a jab saw, electric Jig Saw may be O. K. We all have to find out how to do things, best place to start is to do what you have done ask, see what you can find out. Hope everything goes well for you with your project. see less
If cutting polythene dust sheets yes. Folding Pocket knife is excellent for precision work. I use mine as a marking knife for woodwork. Otherwise Agree with previous replies, use normal Stanley Knife, sort that has been around for years. On Amazon at £4.30
Product description is, Stanley 199E Trim Knife Grey 2 10 199. Hard thicker plastics cutting with a knife would need numerous cuts to get through, reducing accuracy. Suggest experiment on some waste plastic first, try a google search. "How to cut plastic" If all else fails a jab saw, electric Jig Saw may be O. K. We all have to find out how to do things, best place to start is to do what you have done ask, see what you can find out. Hope everything goes well for you with your project.

By Roger Smith on 18 August 2017
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you can get them on ebay
By chrissy on 08 March 2015
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