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Old 02-08-2011, 06:31 PM   #1
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I am looking for a new paper cutter. I want one that cuts clean and straight but still small enough to take to crops. Any advice?
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Ok, this is what I use and I LOVE it.

Fiskars SureCut Deluxe.

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I have the SU Table Top guillotine trimmer that goes to crops with me. I've had it for over two years and I still really love it.
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How many sheets can you cut at one time with the SureCut?
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I love my making memories one. I got it at Michael's with a coupon.
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How many sheets can you cut at one time with the SureCut?
I just do one at time. I bet with SU cardstock that is all you can do. I have done a few at a time of mulberry though now that I think about it...
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don't get anything but a rotary. Those v-blades dull quickly. You'll spend a fortune on blades in the long run. Rotary blades last forever.
My favorite trimmer is here:
Fiskars« Rotary Paper Trimmer 12'' : personal paper trimmers : scrapbooking tools : scrapbooking : Shop | Joann.com

It's larger than you want, but easy to use even half on your lap. I keep it on the floor beside me. It has a handle, so I just lean it against the table leg. Then when I need it, I put it in my lap, leaning it on the table. I put my paper/picture/whatever in the trimmer, snap down the arm and cut. I've had it for two years now, am using the same blade it came with. It has always cut straight, I always get a 90 degree angle that I need, it cuts clean/never shreds the paper/cardstock, and I can lock the arm down and cut teeny tiny strips with it if I want.
Anyway, I had one other rotary trimmer once before, and I didn't like it as much as this larger one. So I recommend it. But if not this one, then definitely a rotary before a v-blade.
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I'm looking for one also, but I want a guillotine cutter 12x12 inch. Any recommendations? I am currently using an Xacto from Staples. The lines just don't seem straight when I put my paper on it. It's also hard to find the measurement lines correctly.
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I like the slide type....not rotary or guillotine, even if I do have to change blades often. I'm thinking of rotary for home, but the slide blade for crops/retreats.

I just may try the Fiskars Surecut Deluxe next. Thanks for the recommend.
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I'm looking for one also, but I want a guillotine cutter 12x12 inch. Any recommendations? I am currently using an Xacto from Staples. The lines just don't seem straight when I put my paper on it. It's also hard to find the measurement lines correctly.
This my exact situation. Looking for guillotine cutter. Currently have the Xacto from Staples and it does not cut straight and does not give me sharp clean cut.
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[QUOTE=muscrat;17936842]I'm looking for one also, but I want a guillotine cutter 12x12 inch. Any recommendations? I am currently using an Xacto from Staples. The lines just don't seem straight when I put my paper on it. It's also hard to find the measurement lines correctly.[/QUOTE

I have the Tonic 12x12 and love it, love it, love it!!! Nice straight cuts, easy to see measurement lines, can't think of a thing I'd change about it.

I have the one with the full 12" platform because I've had problems in the past with slide out arms & platforms having the measurement I need right at the joint.
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I have the Tonic 12x12 and love it, love it, love it!!! Nice straight cuts, easy to see measurement lines, can't think of a thing I'd change about it.

I have the one with the full 12" platform because I've had problems in the past with slide out arms & platforms having the measurement I need right at the joint.
Where might I find the tonic 12x12 full platform? I was hoping to buy in a store, don't order online. My friend has the Tonic with the slide out arms and she does like it, but she says the measurements are a little tricky where the arm folds.
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TONIC all the way ... I have the 12" one with the 6" base and I also have a smaller version that will only cut up to 8.5 inches. They are the best cutters out there. I also bought the smaller version of the Fiskar's Sure Cut as my "travel" cutter. I like it alot, too, but if you're in your space doing some volume work, go with anything Tonic!!!
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Tonic - I have teh 12x12 and LOVE it. For crops I take my small CM one, but Tonic also sells a smaller (8x8? I think) version.
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I'm looking for one also, but I want a guillotine cutter 12x12 inch. Any recommendations? I am currently using an Xacto from Staples. The lines just don't seem straight when I put my paper on it. It's also hard to find the measurement lines correctly.
Really? I swear by my Xacto! Mine's an older one from an office supply store, and it has very clear markings. LOL, sometimes, I find the actual paper is NOT squared! I can fix that with my cutter, though! I've been using mine for 7 or 8 years now, and it has never given me any trouble.
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Really? I swear by my Xacto! Mine's an older one from an office supply store, and it has very clear markings. LOL, sometimes, I find the actual paper is NOT squared! I can fix that with my cutter, though! I've been using mine for 7 or 8 years now, and it has never given me any trouble.
I thought maybe it WAS my paper, but ALL my paper? I love the actual cutting it does, but I think next time I buy a cutter, I am taking some paper along and seeing how it lines up! I like guillotine cutters because the paper doesn't move when I cut it. With the sliders, I never hold it tight enough and my paper moves and I get a bad cut, wasting my precious (costly!) paper.
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Not sure where you can get the Tonic in a brick & mortar store - I ordered mine from Joann.com when they had a good sale and a free shipping code, but I don't think they carry them in their stores. Haven't seen them at Michaels, either.

Our local scrapbook shop carried them, but I don't think I've seen them in any of the "big box" stores.
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I thought maybe it WAS my paper, but ALL my paper? I love the actual cutting it does, but I think next time I buy a cutter, I am taking some paper along and seeing how it lines up! I like guillotine cutters because the paper doesn't move when I cut it. With the sliders, I never hold it tight enough and my paper moves and I get a bad cut, wasting my precious (costly!) paper.
I SO agree about the sliders! I'm tired of going to shoebox swaps and workshops where the paper is sloppily cut, and doesn't line up or match. How hard is it to cut carefully, and make sure you're cutting everything the same??? I have been known to bring the unfinished item home, and tweak it to make it acceptable.
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This is the best xacto out there:
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I've heard bad things about the xacto wooden trimmer, but never about this one. I've had it for years now, and it's awesome!
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Thanks for all the great info. I live in Canada and couldn't find the tonic one any where so i went with the Fiskars Surecut Deluxe and so far i am loving it. The wire that shows where the cut will be is great and my cuts are super straight. So far so good
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Thanks for all the great info. I live in Canada and couldn't find the tonic one any where so i went with the Fiskars Surecut Deluxe and so far i am loving it. The wire that shows where the cut will be is great and my cuts are super straight. So far so good
I love mine and I think you will too! In fact, I read about first on PaperTreyInk's blog post about their 'most have' items. I think they do one each December in time for holiday shopping. Just get your replacement blades with a coupon at M's or J's.
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I have the Tonic Guillotine table top 12". This is best paper cutter I have ever used, and believe me I own them all. It will cut 2 sheets of SU cardstock and 3 sheets of DSP. As long as you keep the blade clean and the arm tight (adjust screws), it will cut perfect every time. This is the same one that SU sells in a 6" with extend leg/arm. Never ever pick your trimmer up by the guillotine arm, always use the handle at the top of the trimmer.

I use an old Fiskars 12" slide blade personal trimmer for travel.
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I've heard bad things about the xacto wooden trimmer, but never about this one. I've had it for years now, and it's awesome!
I love this trimmer. I find I use the gridlines, not the top of the cutter, as my paper guide. You'd be surprised how much of the paper is not true to size. My favorite Neenah classic crest runs 8 1/2 x 11 1/16". I couldn't figure out what I was doing wrong, when I cut a sheet in 2 for cards and one was taller than the other!

Love the laser guide too. I do a lot of invitations where I adhere a smaller printed panel on the inside of an A2 card. I print cutting guidelines around the printed info and use the laser to line up the cuts.
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I liked my wooden xacto except that I think it needed more measurement lines, but then again, it was made for office work and not cardmaking! My paper never lined up right, and I can't imagine that it was the paper or then it had to be ALL my paper because they all lined up a little bit off. I just bought a Fiskars guillotine cutter and it is better. Today at Walmart I saw they had a Swingline guillotine cutter. They don't usually have the guillotines so I was surprised. It was $24.97 and was in the office supplies area.
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I just bought a Cricut trimmer for myself a few weeks ago. The only things I don't like about it are that if you are cutting a very small strip off of your paper it is hard to cut straight and it sometimes gets "hairs" of paper stuck in the bottom of it so when you cut it sometimes jumps a spot.
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I love my Carl. It can cut up to 10 sheets at a time. I can also cut really thin hairline cuts with it. The best part is the straight cuts it makes.
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Subscribing---never heard of the X-Acto but I am definitely intrigued by it. Looking for a new trimmer and debating what to purchase. Love all the ideas.
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Got my X-Acto at Staples. Walmart may sell a cheaper version, but not as nice.
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Hi! I'm looking to buy a paper trimmer that actually cuts straight. Which Carl trimmer do you have?
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It's a Carl DC 210/12".
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I can not cut a straight line unless I have a full size cutter with grid lines so I can line up the whole piece of paper. I love my carl and my MM for this reason.
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I love, love, LOVE my Tonic guillotine cutters! I started with the small one (6x9?) and later went and got the 12x12 for using with my scrapbooking. Always straight cuts and you can remove the tiniest little slivers of paper.
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I have an old, old fiskar rotary (12X12). I have always been happy with it, but, am unable to find replacement mat refills. I have bought them before at Widgetsupply.com.,but, they don't have them any more. They only have the 4 sided ones, I need the 2 sided kind. Any suggestions?
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All of you Tonic lovers. I too am in search of a new cutter & wonder about the replacement blade for this one. I found it for a good price on Amazon but in the reviews someone mentioned it didn't have a stop at the top of the cutter to line your paper up against. I would think this would be a problem! I have the really old Fiskar one now & love it. Unfortunately, the underneath foam strip is just worn out and now I have to change the rubber mat way too often. I also inherited the newer Fiskar cutter which I don't feel so much "love" for it. I'd appreciate you Tonic girls advice!
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I have the SU Table Top guillotine trimmer that goes to crops with me. I've had it for over two years and I still really love it.
I really do swear by this too! It's small enough to take with you and sturdy enough to cut and it never dulls!
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