The Wondercutter S
Forget Everything You've Ever Known About Cutting - Wondercutter is Here!
Wondercutter uses the amazing power of ultrasonic technology to revolutionize cutting from this moment forward. Producing a mind-boggling 40,000 vibrations PER SECOND, Wondercutter breezes through an amazing array of materials with such ease you simply will not believe your eyes . . . in fact, the oscillations are so rapid, you literally can't see or feel it move! This innovative tool will not only replace practically every other knife in your shop, it will expand your capabilities, enhance your creativity and allow you to execute the most intricate cuts even in the most difficult materials with a level of precision, ease and accuracy that was never possible before. Model makers, prototype builders, industrial designers, crafters, leather workers and DIYers of all kinds will find this ingenious, ground-breaking tool essential for cutting plastic, cardboard, balsa, fabrics, plywood, rubber, acrylic, MDF, leather and more! Ergonomic handpiece is comfortable and easy to hold, even for people with hand problems. Best of all, the tool does all the work for you! Set includes base workstation with built-in lithium-ion battery pack, handpiece, charger cable, 40 extra blades and user's manual. If your work requires a significant amount of cutting, this tool is an essential addition for your shop!
Color May Vary. 120V Plug. 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty.
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Customer Reviews of This Item
Pretty interesting machine, I really want to use it for leather and it is ok for that but it took me a while to find the correct cutting mat. Because it passes thru the standard cutting mat used for exacto you need something different, I found that a cork sheet 1/4" thick works well.
Expensive and worth it
by Stephen -
This is a pricey little feller. It's also almost magical for what it can do in cutting brittle materials. For that reason, I give it a solid thumbs up and it greatly simplifies my post 3d printing process. Also, a dust filter is a must when using it.
Great Product, could use a few tweaks
by Michael -
This thing is amazing. Easily slices through all kinds of materials. Yes, expensive, but I tried every DIY method first, and nothing comes close to this. So full 5+ stars.
<br>One thing to point out. The knife blade pictured is misleading. It's much smaller than an X-Acto blade. For working on modeling and 3-D prints, it is perfect. But I also intended to use it for horizontally cutting cork for a train layout, and the blade is too short for that. So for that I will need to do a couple of passes.
<br>It gets hot. For plastic, it can remelt back together, but you will be able to sort out a pace.
<br>The coiled wire itself and coming from the back is a bit of a drag. I would have expected that the wire for the handle to come out the front and be detachable. While the coiled wire is a nice quality, it is also thick and tightly coiled. And the unit it pretty light. So even though the little piece on the bottom tilts up as a stand, you still end up dragging it around on your desk.
It's a pricey tool but you'll quickly find you can't live without it. My prints would certainly be worse off if i diidn't get this!
I wasn't sure whether this was going to be worth it or not but i liked the idea of easily cutting thru plastic so i thought i'dgive it a try. This is my go to tool now It was useful taking supports off my fdm prints but since i switched to a resin printer it's INDISPENSIBLE! It glides thru resin supports like butter never having to worry about accidentally breaking off a small but important detail etc. You will not be sorry if you purchase this for removing 3d printing suports
Worth the learning curve
I've been using this for about a year now, and while I didn't care for it at first, if you stay with it, you learn what this tool can and cannot do. It's a perfect carver for paring away small amounts at a time. It's also terrific for cutting out repetitive cuts (such as when I had to cut out 108 square cannon ports. What it won't do is cut deeply, you have to take your time, and you will be rewarded with precision. The blades look two sided, but they really aren't, and they will dull quickly. Change the blades, don't try to get that one extra cut, you will only burn your material and the blade. And do NOT overtighten the setscrew that holds the blade. It's why they give you extras. My first one stripped out the allen "hole" and I had to use CA on the allen wrench to get it off. Take much shallower cuts than you would with a regular blade, and you will be rewarded. I would have given it 3 stars, now it's a 5 and well worth the price.