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Cutter Tools | Answered on Dec 20, 2018

This utility knife reassemblies similar to the original. The only difference is this model uses two screws and that plastic insert. You will align the two metal halves and bring them together. Use care that the blade does not fall out of its holder and the little black plastic piece stays in place, near the blade. This may take a few tries. after you bring the two halves together you will carefully separate the bottom end (farthest from blade). Separate it just enough to slide the plastic insert into position. Once the three pieces align you will know. With little effort the two metal halves will close together. Install the two set screws and test for proper function. I'm including a Youtube video that shows how to properly change the blade and what it will look like after it is reassembled.

Cutter Tools | Answered on Sep 23, 2018

use a separate blade and pry them open o the blade ege. there is a small space to do it.

Cutter Tools | Answered on Aug 16, 2018

use a 3rd blade to separate them. use your head

Cutter Tools | Answered on Aug 16, 2018

A good utility knife can change the way you work, while a bad one can make you project more difficult. A utility knife can perform a wide range of activities indeed. You can use it as a box cutter, a pocket knife, even as a camping knife. To be precise, the utility of a utility knife is far more than most people expect. That is why, everybody should have the best utility knife as a companion to their daily Do-It-Yourself activities.

Cutter Tools | Answered on Jun 10, 2018

In terms of functionality and features, Stanley FMHT10288 Retractable Knife is quite satisfying. The knife is considered as one of the best kitchen knives. The price remains in the lower range. So, as a budget friendly option, Stanley FMHT10288 Retractable Knife can be quite a fine choice for you indeed.


Stanley Utility... | Answered on Jun 06, 2018

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Cutter Tools | Answered on Jun 04, 2018

Hmmmmm.... that sounds really confusing.

Better yet... just watch this video!

It's actually pretty easy! :)

Stanley Utility... | Answered on Feb 09, 2018

cyan and black not print in roalnd versa studio bn20 ?

Roland... | Answered on Dec 22, 2017

Slicers stay wet from use and constant cleaning (hopefully) in delis and butcher shops. Parts can get rusty, especially one made from aluminum or stainless steel from that era. Soak the offending parts with penetrating oil over night and tap with a mill hammer or other non metallic hammer. Applying some heat with a Wagner heat gun may help loosen things up.

Cutter Tools | Answered on Dec 14, 2017

I agree. The packaging is ridiculous.
I removed it by grasping the packaging and pulling (very hard) from the blade end (bottom left as looking at it) straight out. This stretched and tore the plastic "paper" and pull the knife free.

Stanley 10-778... | Answered on Jun 16, 2017

Slide the blade holder all the way out, press on the tab as shown in picture. Pull on blade with other hand. Blade slides right out.

Stanley Cutter... | Answered on Jun 07, 2017

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