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Alvin GBM3042 Cutting Mat Grn-blk 30x42
|List Price:||CDN$ 142.70|
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- Constructed from high-quality vinyl composite
- Medium tooth surface - perfect for all types of blades
- Green on one side - black on other side - grid on both sides
- Grid has 45 and 60-degree angle guides and .5L inch marks
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Professional quality for all kinds of graphic arts hobby craft shop and industrial applications these self-healing and reversible cutting mats are 3mm thick and extra durable.
Made from a unique composite vinyl material designed for both rotary blades and straight utility blades they provide a long-lasting non-glare surface that can be cut and slashed constantly without showing marks or cutting lines.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
My original LARGER than large flexible plastic mat was very expensive. It was made for blade cuts. NOT! It got grooves, pits, and was not easy to store. The cutting marks were not exact enuf. It slid all over the table top. When in doubt, I threw it out! Never looking back. Very good move. Cause this Professional Cutting Mat will go on forever. And if I need another size -- I will buy it!
I kinda figured this would (ultimately) be a disposable item with wear, but I didn't think it would start showing damage within a month or two. It's already starting to shed little green bits on my work. At this rate, I'm probably gonna have to flip it and use the black side within another couple months. I figured I'd be able to use this thing for a couple of years and then need to replace it, but I'll be lucky if I can stand to use it for a year. So, there's that.
Also, I recommend not putting anything even remotely warm on it: laptop (or laptop charger brick), iPhone charger brick, mug of coffee, bowl of soup…doesn't matter. As soon as the mat heats and expends, it's pretty much gonna be warped from then on out. The only thing I've not yet tried is to just bring the whole thing out and lay it on a hot sidewalk for a while, and then bring it back inside to my cold floor. Could fix it, could make it worse. Not sure I wanna risk it.
One final thing: I've seen Alvin products pretty much all my life, and I think they used to uphold a much higher quality than this. The screen-printed grid and numbering is really fuzzy, completely imprecise, and roughly the quality I would expect from a Chinese knock-off product.