Topics Covered In This Video:
- In this video I demo the Polyslicer Combo Tool. It was originally designed for slicing Fimo Nailart canes, but it also works well for slicing all types of polymer clay canes.
- This tool was invented by a Nailart Technician (her name is Helen), who was having trouble slicing the baked Fimo Nailart Canes thin enough for her nail designs.
- She sells the product over at eBay (see resource link below video).
- Fimo nailart canes are tiny baked polymer clay canes that are sliced paper thin and added to nail art designs.
- I show some old and crudely done nail art canes and fingernail designs from my early days.
- Helen’s husband creates prototypes, so she designed this tool and he is now manufacturing the units.
- Helen made this one specifically for me in a color that she calls Punky Purple.
- She must have seen my Cindy Purple NeverKnead, and thought that she’d make me a tool to match. If you want a purple one as well, I’m sure Helen would be happy to oblige.
- This tool has a replaceable cutting blade mounted on a levered arm.
- The Combo Polyslicer model comes with two interchangeable cradle pieces for holding different sizes of canes, both round and square.
- It will slice both raw and baked canes.
- You can use this tool to cut very thin cane slices with little to no distortion.
- Now that I have this slicer tool in my studio, I will have to start start experimenting more with nail art canes.
- Related Resource: Helen’s Polyslicer Ebay Store
- Related Article: Fimo Nail Art Polymer Clay Canes
- Related Article: Slicing Fimo Nail Art Canes
- Related Article: Fimo Nail Art Designs
- Related Video: Clay Cane Slicing Techniques
- Related Video: Polymer Cane Extruder and Slicing Tool
- Related Video: My Matching Purple Neverknead Tool
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