Detailed Cricut Blades Chart
Are you confused about Cricut blades? Unsure which one to use when? This detailed and easy to follow chart will break it all down for you. The table I put together provides you with the list of currently available Cricut blades. The list identifies which machine a blade is used for and specifies what materials it can cut:
|Premium Fine-Point Blade||Explore/Maker||Regular paper, vinyl, cardstock, washi tape|
|Deep Point Blade||Explore/Maker||Craft foam, leather, corrugated paper|
|Bonded Fabric Blade||Explore/Maker||Oil cloth, silk, polyester, denim, felt|
|Rotary Blade||Maker||Cotton, denim, felt, silk, lycra|
|Knife Blade||Maker||Balsa, basswood, heavy chipboard|
Swap Tools, includes:
Double Scoring Wheel
|Maker||Variety of materials, read below for detailed description|
|Foil Transfer Tool||Explore/Maker||Cardstock, vellum, printable vinyl, photo paper|
- Debossing Tip creates detailed depressions to add dimension to adhesive sheet, construction paper, copy paper, craft foam, faux leather and etc.
- Engraving Tip allows you to add personalized text or create monograms, draw decorative flourishes and embellishments, or inscribe your favorite quotes on a variety of materials
- Perforation Blade creates evenly space perforation lines allowing for clean, even tearing without the need to fold beforehand. It is great for shapes with curves. Can be used on tear-out booklet pages, raffle tickets, homemade journals, or for any project that demands a clean tear.
- Wavy Blade adds a wavy edge to any design in half the time of a drag blade. Can be used on envelopes, cards, gift tags, and collage projects.
- Scoring Wheel makes a deep, single score line. It is perfect for uncoated, light materials, including crepe paper, light cardstock, and even acetate.
- Double Scoring Wheel creates two deep, parallel score lines. It is best used on coated or heavier materials like poster board and cardboard.
more blade posts:
- Sharpening Blades – Learn how to sharpen your Cricut blades
- Off Brand Blades – Learn all about off brand blades
- Blade Replacement – When is it a time to replace your blade
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