【强迫症的福音:可实现完美裁剪的Vector剪刀】

【强迫症的福音:可实现完美裁剪的Vector剪刀】为了解决剪纸时不整齐的问题,Tamás Fekete设计了一款名为Vector的剪刀。它的平划边缘设计能够让人在不用尺子的情况下也能裁剪出笔直的直线,只需将纸张置于桌边,为剪刀提供一定角度即可。看到不整齐裁剪会不爽的强迫症们再也不用纠结了。

Cutting paper in a straight line is never as easy as it sounds.

That’s why Tamás Fekete has created the Vector scissors, which have a flat edge design that allows you to cut perfectly straight lines, without a ruler.

The unique handle on the Vector scissors is designed to rest on the top of the table, which means the blades fit against the side while you cut.

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Made for right-handers, the palm side of the handle sits on top of the corner of a table.

To cut a line, you place your paper over the table edge to provide the angle you want and begin cutting.

‘You start going forward and Voila! A straight cut from a scissor – something you never could have done before,’ Fekete writes on his campaign site.

Hungarian-born Fekete says it means you don’t have to reach for a ruler and scalpel, and can save scratches from forming on your tabletop.

Cutting paper in a straight line is never as easy as it sounds. That’s why Tamás Fekete has created the Vector scissors, which have a unique flat edge design that allows you to cut perfectly straight lines, without a ruler

Cutting paper in a straight line is never as easy as it sounds. That’s why Tamás Fekete has created the Vector scissors, which have a unique flat edge design that allows you to cut perfectly straight lines, without a ruler

Made for right-handers, the palm side of the handle sits on top of the corner of a table. To cut a line, you place your paper over the table edge to provide the angle you want and begin cutting

Made for right-handers, the palm side of the handle sits on top of the corner of a table. To cut a line, you place your paper over the table edge to provide the angle you want and begin cutting

YOU BUTTER BELIEVE IT! INGENIOUS KNIFE 'GRATES' HARD SPREAD

The revolutionary device looks like a normal cutlery knife but it has been made with 21 triangular holes down the blade that 'grate' the butter

The revolutionary device looks like a normal cutlery knife but it has been made with 21 triangular holes down the blade that 'grate' the butter

The age-old problem of spreading butter straight from the fridge has finally been solved - thanks to this nifty new kitchen gadget.

The stainless steel gadget, called the ButterUp, is the brainchild of friends Sacha Pantschenko, 29, Norman Oliveria, 27, and Craig Andrews, 48.

The revolutionary device looks like a normal cutlery knife but it has been made with 21 triangular holes down the blade that 'grate' the butter.

The tiny strips are much easier to spread than a knife loaded with cold butter so sandwich fans can finally avoid tearing holes in their bread trying in vain to get an even coating.

The other side of the knife has a serrated edge so that it can be used to cut the sandwich or toast in half or get rid of the crusts.

If you don’t want to cut a straight line, the same scissors can be used for any other tasks, such as freehand cutting of curves, according to a report by Gizmodo.

The scissors were created over two years and colour options include aquamarine, green, pink, white and black.

Despite its innovative design, Fekete’s Indiegogo campaign for the scissors was unsuccessful.

He was aiming to raise $38,000 to help market the product, but only managed to get $4,000 donations.

While this doesn’t mean the Vector scissors will never become a reality, it does mean we may have to wait a little longer to see them in stores.

Eventually, Fekete hopes to sell the scissors for $28 (£18)

Flat edge scissors guarantee a perfectly straight cut

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3141172/No-jagged-edges-Innovative-flat-edge-scissors-guarantee-perfectly-straight-cut.html#ixzz3eG3SdtZ5
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