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Logan Blades - Rectangular

Updated 07/04/2020

Used in most Logan cutters, except Logan 650 series Framers Edge

  • Logan #270 D blades
    LION part numbers: 1227, 5056, 798.
    39 x 18mm. 0.31mm / 0.012” thick Reversible Edge ground on both faces. Used with most Logan cutters.

  • Logan #271 SE blades
    LION part number 7710
    39 x 18mm. 0.31mm /0.012” thick, not reversible.

    Same as #270 D blade but is a single bevel blade with the edge ground on one side only.
    The #271 SE is used with the #5000 8 ply / 3mm cutter only when cutting thicker 8 ply rag board.

Blades only for use in Logan Framers Edge mountcutters

  • Logan #269 D blades
    LION part number 3420
    39 x 18mm, 0.41mm (38?) /0.015” thick Reversible
    Double bevel blade, with the sharp edge ground on both sides. The blade is reversible. Used only in the Framers Edge series.

  • Logan #268 SE blades
    LION part number 7128
    39 x 18mm. 0.41mm (38?) /0.015” thick, not reversible.
    Same size as the #269 D blade but is a single bevel blade with the sharp edge only ground on one side. Not reversible. The #268 SE is used when cutting thicker 8 ply/3mm and harder boards

Logan Blades - Pointed

  • Logan #324 D blades
    44 x 9.5mm, 0.64mm thick. Edge ground on both faces, Fits Logan 201 3-Step Oval Cutter.

  • Logan #1258 D blades
    LION part number 4518
    44.5mm x 9mm, 0.69mm thick. Edge ground on both faces, fits Logan V-Groover. Product no longer available.

Logan Books on Framing

Updated 07/04/2020

  • ‘The Basic Guide to Mat Decoration’ by Vivian C. Kistler, CPF GCF #240

    Detailed descriptions of a wide variety of techniques using inks, watercolours, acrylic paints, pastels, tapes, rub-on designs, art papers, ribbons, and rubber stamps to decorate matboards.

  • ‘Do-It-Yourself Picture Framing’ by Vivian C Kistler, CPF GCF #241

    Picture framing requires a working knowledge of materials and equipment. With practice and the right tools, a handy craftsperson can produce attractive framed pieces at home.

  • ‘Mat Board Magic’ by Eileen L. Hull #251

    Mountboard is used in a picture frame to protect and enhance the artwork. Available in a wide variety of colours and textures and Eileen describes lots of ways to be creative in its use.

  • 'Complete Guide to Home Picture Framing' by Malcolm David Logan #245

    Explains in detail how to use the full range of Logan framing equipment and tools. Frame moulding cutting and joining and mounts of all kinds.

  • ‘Foam Board Magic’ Creative Foamboard Projects for Home, School, and more by Eileen L. Hull #252

    The FoamWerks range of cutting tools make working with foamboard a delight. They help users cut and shape in all sorts of ways, including small holes and large circles.