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45 Degree Razor Blade Plane

by jam4ar, published

45 Degree Razor Blade Plane by jam4ar Feb 15, 2013

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I made this to allow me to cut 45 degree angles on the edge of foamboard.


  1. Print
  2. Insert Razor
  3. Mind your fingers
  4. Cut things

This first version doesn't work as well as I'd hoped. I think angling the blade parallel to the cut will help it make smoother cuts. As it is, it binds and sort of "chews" through foam rather than making a clean cut.

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Several questions for you...

1 - Will you make a 15 degree version...
2 - Would you modify this to angle the blades attack angle to make it easier to pass through the foam board...
3 - Is # 2 really necessary? I haven't printed this to test yet...
4 - Josh Bixler LIES, he made cutting foam board easy...