SKU: GC40-RTR-CMA4-GR

RotaTrim A4 Self Healing Cutting Mat 300mm X 220mm

RotaTrim A4 Self Healing Cutting Mat 300mm X 220mm

The 11.7 x 8.3" dark green Self-Healing Cutting Mat from Rotatrim is used by artists, photographers, and students to cut paper or photographs down to size for projects. The 5-layer double-sided mat protects work areas or cutting surfaces from sharp blades, and also protects blades from becoming dull after repeated hits to its surface.

On one side of the mat, one-inch grid lines are printed with 1/4" marks along with angle lines at 30, 45, and 60°. The opposite side of the mat has a metric grid with centimetre grid lines, including millimetre marks and the same angle lines. The mat is designed to accommodate an A4 size sheet of paper.

Features:

The mat protects blades, work areas, and surfaces from damage

Mat has both inch and metric measurements with pre-printed grid lines

Double-sided mat has 5-layers, which provide self-healing capabilities

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RotaTrim A4 Self Healing Cutting Mat 300mm X 220mm

The 11.7 x 8.3" dark green Self-Healing Cutting Mat from Rotatrim is used by artists, photographers, and students to cut paper or photographs down to size for projects. The 5-layer double-sided mat protects work areas or cutting surfaces from sharp blades, and also protects blades from becoming dull after repeated hits to its surface.

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