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Infini Easy Cutting Mats
Infini Easycutting Mat System
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by: Damian Rigby [ AUSSIEREG ]

Infini produce a small range of 4 cutting mats to facilitate cutting standard roll widths of masking tapes into narrower strips, simple shapes or curves, or complex shapes. This makes the task of masking a lot faster, simpler, and more accurate.

The mats are small (21.5 x 11.5 cm), and a lot more solid than the traditional cutting mats, but they have a system of fine grooves to guide the knife blade and maintain a neat cut. A very simple and very effective product, and by combining the various mats, a huge range of shapes and sizes of mask can be easily cut.

The basic details are as follows:
Type A (Item # IT-3001V1) for straight lines and rectangles
Type B (Item # IT-3002V1) for tight radius curves, triangles and squares
Type C (Item # IT-3003V1) for large radius curves
Type D (Item # IT-3004V1) for 45 and 60 degree angle cuts and various curved shapes

Markings are very clear and in mm increments, and the packaging has clear instructions and ideas for use.
SUMMARY
Highs: Well manufactured, simple to use, very handy, and well-priced.
Lows: None that I can see.
Verdict: Excellent product, I use it on almost every build now.
Percentage Rating
90%
  Scale: N/A
  PUBLISHED: Nov 29, 2019
NETWORK-WIDE AVERAGE RATINGS
  THIS REVIEWER: 89.83%
  MAKER/PUBLISHER: 90.00%

About Damian Rigby (AussieReg)
FROM: VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

Born 1967. Bachelor of Applied Science, Chemistry and Aquatic Biology, currently working in Construction Industry as Technical Sales in Hydronic systems. Married to Karen, with 6 children, Jessica, Lola, Joshua and Liam, Darcy and Evie. Other hobbies are guitars, fishing and woodwork, but with 5 k...

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Comments

That's pretty clever. I usually use a ruler, but this looks to be a lot easier. Thanks for doing a review of this product D.
NOV 28, 2019 - 06:05 PM
   

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