The Adir® Cutting Mats are the most flexible cutting mats on the market today because they're made of a new, 3-ply high-tech polymer material. Constructed with a self-healing surface, Adir™ Cutting Mats are extremely durable and hold up under repeated use with art and mat knives or rotary cutters.Our self-healing cutting mats are 3 mm thick and made of 3 plies. The outer plies are .75 mm thick and give the mat self-healing properties. The inner core is 1.5 mm thick and prevents mat cut-through and extends blade life.Our pro-quality, self-healing mats have a medium tooth texture, non-glare surface, and are graduated on all four sides. Hash lines extend outside of the border. Mats are hashed to every 1/8-inch and graduated to every ½” with every inch marked with a heavier line. Grid pattern includes guide lines for 15°,30°,45°,60°,75° angles on one side and 10°,20°,30°,40°,50°,60°,70°,80° on the other side and ½'' grid lines. Our cutting mats also have lines for cutting diagonals. Our mats come also graduated in Centimeters and Milimeters.With the Adir® Cutting Mats come the bonus feature of a different color on each side of the mat - one side is black, the other, green. Not only is this like getting two mats in one, but these two colors are non-glare and easy on the eyes. When these mats are not being used for cutting, they make a perfect surface for drawing or writing, thanks to the resilient texture of the 3-ply construction. Adir® Cutting Mats are the ideal choice for artists, designers, photographers, illustrators, calligraphers, scrapbookers and hobbyists.
- Use with rotary and utility blades
- Usable on both sides
- 3-Ply design with self-healing surface and hard core
- Extremely durable, 3mm thickness
- Self-healing: Closes immediately after cutting
- Non-slip for added safety on work tables
- Non-glare cutting surface
- Calibrated grid lines for easy cutting references
- Perfect surface for writing and drawing
- Dependable Adir quality assurance
- Overall Depth - Front to Back: 0.2 Inches
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