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Grace Company TrueCut Rotary Blade Sharpener

by Grace Company
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Product Features

  • High quality sharpening stone
  • Easily mounted or flat surface use
  • Sharpens blade without removing

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High quality sharpening stone

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5.0 out of 5 stars Satisfied Customer Jan. 24 2013
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I purchased this blade sharpener based on recommendations from a quilting group. The service was excellent, the product in the condition advertised. As a quilter this unit will save me a great deal of money not to say frustration trying to deal with dull rotary blades.
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5.0 out of 5 stars why did I hesitate Jan. 22 2011
By Gael Fletcher - Published on Amazon.com
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I first saw this product advertised in a sewing catalog. Looked like a good idea but it also seemed a little pricey. When I found the sharpener on Amazon at a lesser price than the one in the catalog, I hesitantly decided to try it. First, the sharpener is much more substantial than what it appeared in the catalog or online. It is easy to use, it is handy to have near my cutting area, it doesn't slip or slide, and the results are superb--super fine cutting edge. I imagine I will save many $$$ by being able to sharpen (not replace) the blade. (I have saved many of my dull rotary blades thinking that sometime I would take them to a professional sharpener. Now, I can be that "professional sharpener" thanks to this truly great product.)
48 of 48 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars rotary blade sharpener Feb. 27 2011
By peregrinesea - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this item to support the my quild's work in supplying quilts to the local hospital's oncology ward. We go through quite a number of cutting blades and wanted to save a little money. This item turned out to be quite a asset. It is very easy to use, lightweight (but not flimsy), does not require the cutter to be disassembled thereby limiting exposure to the very sharp cutting edge, and get's everyone back to work with a minimum of fuss. Customer service was very good also, The item was shipped quickly and was well packaged. The cost of the item was below the average cost from my research on the web. I would do business with the seller again.
65 of 68 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Exactly as advertised. Aug. 8 2011
By RowanGolightly - Published on Amazon.com
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I was tired of throwing away all the rolling cutter blades I use for a little while until they're dull. As a professional seamstress, I use a *lot* of them and it gets expensive, at $6-7 per package of five, less if you can find a coupon or something to use.

So I ordered this one and yes, it works well. It's like a reverse paper cutter; you leave the blade in the rolling cutter and run it up and down through this sharpener.

However, the one reason I really bought this one was to get more use out of the blades that might have a bit of a knick in them, you know, there you might have run up against a pin or something while cutting out a piece. It takes very little to make a blade skip in the cutting, sometimes on a new blade and then it's no good.

And this sharpener doesn't *do* that; it says that clearly in the instructions. It only sharpens, it doesn't get out the dings. *sigh* So I'll get a bit more use out of some blades but it's not as great as I'd hoped it would be.

I need to find something that re-grinds the little buggers back to true and sharp.
38 of 38 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money Sept. 15 2011
By Quilter T - Published on Amazon.com
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O.K. so after having this thing over year, I am now liking it a LOT less. Occasionally I get it out and "give it another chance." It doesn't seem to sharpen the blades at all. I worry about knicking the blade every time I slide it into the thing and making the blade even worse. The price was ridiculous! For a whole lot less, the little blue circle shaped sharpener I got many years ago STILL does a far better job of refreshing rotary blades to get a little more life out of them. In comparison, the TrueCut Rotary Blade Sharpener just seems to make the blades "crunchy." I wish I could get my money back... I could afford to buy two packs of new blades for what this thing cost! It's become an albatross in my sewing room.
27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easier to use than the round rotary cutter May 11 2011
By Ali Julia - Published on Amazon.com
I am quilter who has used a round rotary cutter in the past Rotary Blade Sharpener- For 45mm Blades.

TrueCut sharpener works by using the same motion as you cut, by moving the cutter in the sharpener itself. This sharpener works without having to remove the blade from the cutter.

The round sharper requires you to disassemble the rotary cutter, which has a number of pieces including the sharp blade. Then you have to take the blade in your bare hand and place into the sharpener. After the sharpening you have to to handle the blade again, and then reassemble the rotary cutter correctly (one has to remember how pieces fit together exactly).

Not having to remove the blade from the sharpener is a *huge* advantage. It is faster, less chance of cutting yourself, and no chance of assembling the rotary cutter the wrong way (been there, done that).

Both rotary cutters work well and prolong the life your blades, and thus save you money. But this sharpening method is much better!
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