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Designed for precision, one blade is serrated to grip the material and hold it in place, while the other blade does the cutting. Symmetrical handle works equally well for left or right-handed users.
The name Olfa comes from two Japanese words meaning "to break a blade." In 1956 they invented the snap off utility blade after founder Yoshio Okada was inspired by breaking pieces off a chocolate bar, and by the snap edges of broken glass. This snap off blade design has been copied and used around the world, but the Olfa quality standard cannot be duplicated. In 1979 Olfa also introduced the world's first rotary cutter, great for fabric, the blade rolls along, cutting as it goes.
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