Biodegradable PLA 3D-printed polymer clay cutters. These cutters are designed, produced, and sold exclusively by Archer+Ruby in the USA.
Each letter measures at 1 inch. Please scroll through the pictures to see sizing information next to a ruler in inches. Quarter also shown for accurate sizing.
The cutting edge has been designed to be 0.4mm wide, which is the thinnest edge most 3D-printers can support. The edges are sharp, but it is expected that you will have to sand the final product.
PLA will warp if exposed to extreme sunlight and heat, so it is best to keep them in a cool, dry place. Clay may stick to smaller cutters, but cutting on a ceramic surface usually prevents this. Clay still getting stuck in the cutter? Dip the cutter into a small amount of cornstarch for easy release!
SHIPPING INFORMATION: Each cutter is made to order. While we make every effort to ship orders out ahead of the required shipping date, some orders require the full shipping time. PLEASE NOTE THE SHIPPING DATE ON YOUR ORDER BEFORE YOU REACH OUT TO US! Thank you, it's very much appreciated.
In search of something specific? Send us a message! I'm happy to work alongside you and create a custom cutter to suit your needs.
2-4 business days
I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
We only use customer information to fulfill orders. We do not store or use customer information for any other purpose. Information such as name, address, and email address is not stored on our computers. If and when required, we will communicate with you about your order status using the Etsy platform.
Nov 29, 2021
Nov 14, 2021
La-Love it, so super cute!
Oct 30, 2021
These cutters are cute in theory, but very hard to not get clay stuck in them. I tried cornstarch, and water, and still wasn’t able to get a good cut without distorting my clay to get the cutter off.
Oct 26, 2021