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Cutter Bars

A cutter bar can be used to cut any type of flat media (such as foam board, film, paper, and cardboard). And at Engineer Supply, all of the metal cutting tools we offer are made of the highest quality. Feel free to look at what we have in stock, so you can find a product that will meet your specific needs.

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This paper trimmer has gridlines in both inches and metric units, which will allow you to align the material for more precise trimming. And the self-sharpening blade will produce a clean, burr-free cut for many years. The rotary safety shield covers the blade throughout the entire cut, which will prevent injury while it’s being used. And the adjustable paper guide will allow you to align the material for making repetitive cuts. The automatic paper clamp will hold the material in place so it won’t shift while you’re cutting. It also has a sturdy metal base that will never warp, crack, or chip.


Keeping your tools maintained will increase their longevity, so you can use them for many years. The same is true for your Rotatrim rotary trimmer. If you clean the bar, head, and other important parts of the tool on a regular basis, it will keep them running smoothly. And you can do it with some of the cleaners the company provides. Be sure to check the manual or any other product information on your unit for further details.

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Whether you’re cutting paper, cardboard, or film, a cutter bar can be a great tool for making accurate cuts quickly. And at Engineer Supply, we’re proud to carry some of the best brands on the market. All of the cutting tools we offer are built to last, so you can be sure they will give you years of extensive use. Be sure to look at what we have in our store, so you can find a tool that will work for your office or studio.


If you’re a professional printer or graphic designer, a cutter bar can be a great addition to your studio. It’s perfect for making accurate cuts quickly, and all of the metal cutting tools we offer at Engineer Supply are built to last. We know that professionals need access to the right tools, which is why we work with some of the most recognized brands on the market. Feel free to look at what we have in our inventory. We’re sure you’ll be able to find a product that will meet your specific needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some examples of cutting tools?

Some of the common tools used for cutting include:
  • Single-point turning tools.
  • Drills.
  • Milling cutters (or mills).
  • Fly cutters.
  • Shapers.
  • Boring bars.
  • Reamers.
  • Broaches.
  • Hobs.
  • Grinding wheels.
If you’re looking for a cutter bar or any other type of cutting tool, be sure to look at what we have at Engineer Supply.

What is the most common type of cutting tool?

There are many different types of cutting tools, with each one having their different uses. But the purpose of any cutting tool is to compress a layer of work material for the purposes of “shearing it off.” So, it must have a wedge-shape and sharp edge. This will allow for the smooth and efficient removal of the material with minimal force.

What are the basic requirements for cutting tools?

Any good cutting material should have the following properties:
  • Hot Hardness —It must be able to maintain its hardness at an elevated temperature.
  • Toughness — It must be tough enough to work without fracturing as it makes contact with the material.
  • Wear Resistance — It must be more resistant to the natural wearing process, so it can keep cutting for longer periods of time.
  • Chemical Stability or Inertness — It needs to be chemically stable enough to prevent any unwanted reactions when it makes contact with the material.
  • Shock Resistance — It must have a high resistance to thermal and mechanical shocks, especially during intermittent cutting processes.
  • Low Friction — It must produce a low amount of friction, so it won’t generate as much heat when it makes contact with the cutting material.
Be sure to think about what type of cutting you’ll be performing, so you can determine what type of tool you need.

How do I use a cutting tool safely?

If you’re using any type of cutting tool for construction purposes, make sure you take the following safety precautions:
  • Wear personal protective equipment (such as gloves and safety glasses).
  • Don’t use cutting tools for any purpose other than what it has been intended for,
  • Because the material can fly off while you’re cutting, wrap your cutting jaws with a cloth or rag.
  • Lubricate any of the tool’s moving parts.
Be sure to look at the tool’s manual for more information.

Where can I find quality cutting tools?

Whether you’re looking for a cutter bar or any other tool that can be used for precise cutting, you can find what you need at Engineer Supply. We have a variety of metal cutting tools from top-rated manufacturers, and we can offer them to you at a competitive price. Feel free to look at what we have in our store, so you can find a tool that can help you on your next project.

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