Imagine if you could put a stop to the budget bleeding when buying new rotary blades - forever. With these new titanium coated blades, it's 100% possible.
I bought regular blades to use on my projects they would last me one project, maybe two, that was until a friend told me about Titanium Coated Rotary Blades and I decided to give them a try.
When I first tried them, oh boy, what a nice surprise I had! The titanium blades are super sharp and they stay that way for a long time. Now I only buy titanium blades and recommend them to all my quilting friends.
At The Fabric Hut, we use a new approach to build long-lasting, high-quality rotary blades. No matter if you use them for quilting, patchwork, seam, or other crafts, our titanium coated blades are precise, sharp and long-lasting, helping users save budget on blades that they can use for buying fabric, as it should be. Our blades are already being used by some of the world's top quilters.
Rotary blades are nothing new, they have been around for years. However, what is new, and different about The Fabric Hut Titanium Coated Precision Rotary Blades is how the blades work. You see, they are coated with titanium. It's a new approach in the production of professional blades that has proven to improve the quality and longevity of the blades.
So How Does It Work?
Titanium is an element (chemical symbol Ti, atomic number 22) with a low density and strong durability. It is a strong, lustrous, corrosion-resistant transition metal with a silver color.
The two most useful properties of the metal form are corrosion resistance and the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal. In its unalloyed condition, titanium is as strong as some steels, but 45% lighter. So when we coat our blades with titanium we give them higher strength and corrosion-resistance which helps them stay sharper and precise for much longer.
The reason why it is just "coated" is because titanium is so expensive. The other reason is titanium is so hard that it is difficult to change its shape when making the blade, so we just coat titanium on top instead.
Put simply, titanium blades allows you to have blades that last longer and remain sharp helping you save money.
Other Applications For Titanium
Because of titanium's corrosion-resistant (even in salty sea water) property, it is used to plate naval ships, missiles, aircraft, spacecraft, and armor.
Titanium is also used in engines of the Air Bus A380. With titanium, aircraft can become super light when durability is not a trade-off. What is more important, titanium is non-toxic even in large doses in the human body. So broken bones can be repaired with titanium.
What's more, titanium is non-toxic even in large doses in the human body. So even broken bones can be repaired with titanium.
Sew with confidence
No more ruined projects because of a dull blade! The Fabric Hut Titanium Coated Blades will always give you a perfect cut. We have thousands of customers who use the blades daily, with great results.
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