I was just involved in a quite lengthy discussion about how to cut cardboard. My first instinct is to recommend a utility knife and straight edge, but I was asked about alternative time and effort-cutting methods. To be honest, I’m stumped here.
It was suggested that a Dremel type tool with rotary cutting blade can be used, but I thought this would be extremely inefficient. Plus, it would be damn near impossible to cut longer pieces straight enough.
Well what about other types of saws? In my opionion, other saws would tear away at the coardboard, leaving a jagged edge.
I would think that a card board cutter with a fine cutting blade might work. and we found that AOL card board cutter is a low-budget solution.