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Tim Holtz - Rotary Trimmer Spare Blade Carriage - 3959e

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Tim Holtz - Rotary Trimmer 

The Replacement Blade Carriage for the Tim Holtz® Rotary Media Trimmer, the perfect solution for quick and easy blade replacement during your crafting projects.

The carriage is easy and quick to change, thanks to the included instructions and tools. You can effortlessly replace the blade and continue with your crafting projects. 

The replacement carriage fits onto the Tim Holtz® Rotary Media Trimmer. This trimmer features a geared rotary cutting blade that effortlessly cuts through a range of crafting mediums. The trimmer offers both imperial and metric rulers, as well as a handy ¼ inch-gridded base with popular paper sizes for ease of use. With a compact base that has a cutting length of 12.5”/31.5cm and extendable arms that can expand it to 12”/30.5cm, this trimmer is both versatile and practical.

Not only is the Tim Holtz® Rotary Media Trimmer highly engineered and durable, but it can also cut through various substrates, including heavy-duty chipboard (up to 0.05” thick), heavyweight cardstock (up to 130#/350GSM), synthetic surfaces (Yupo, acetate), and lightweight vellum with ease.  Additionally, the ergonomic Kush grip carriage ensures comfortable to use during extended cutting sessions. 

Experience the unmatched quality and innovative design of Tim Holtz® tools brought to you in collaboration with Tonic Studios' engineering expertise.

✓ Contains 1 Spare blade carriage

✓ A Handy Allen key is provided along with instructions.

✓ For use with the Tim Holtz - 12.5" / 31.5cm Rotary Media Trimmer (3960e)

About Tim Holtz

Tim Holtz® creativity paired with Tonic Studios engineering know-how! Our range of Tim Holtz® tools offers unrivalled quality and ingenious innovation.


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