LC Mini Slicer is a tool designed for cutting or slicing polymer clay. Due to its compact size, Mini Slicer is very useful if you are not working in your studio/at home and need a compact yet a
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LC Mini Slicer redesigned 2019 Version 4 is an updated version of the bestseller Mini Slicer. It allows you to cut very thin slices of polymer clay with minimal distortion.
New Version 4 features
✅ Very easy and fast assembly! Only 2 screws to attach the blade arch and the slicer is ready to use.
✅ No small parts to attach, no glueing needed.
✅ LC Ease with a grid was replaced with a big knob.
✅ Turn the back knob (full or 1/2) to move the platform forward by 1 or 1/2 mm (0.04-0.02").
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Horizontal projection size of Mini Slicer: 9.6″ x 7.3"/24,5 cm x 18,5 cm
Cutting window: 5″ x 3.34″/12.9 cm x 8.4 cm
Original LC Slicer blade (extremely sharp - watch your fingers !!!)
Material: wooden MDF board
Please Note: Cutting clay with glitters may cause vertical scratches on the surface of the clay.
LC Mini Slicer in action: slicing polymer clay canes
LC Mini Slicer - Assembly instructions
Lucy Clay LC Mini Slicer Review – By Ginger Davis Allman (The Blue Bottle Tree) - previous version.
It is pretty easy to assemble, only a couple of nuts really. Had to get used to it at first, but now I am supper happy with it. It cuts super thin slices.
LC Mini Slicer
I will really like my new Lucy mini slicer. It’s very compact and easy to use. It slices even slices beautifully and precisely. I recently took mine to a retreat and everyone really liked it. It was easy to put together. Watching the videos really helped and the instructions were clear.
New Mini Slicer
I was tempted to buy the old mini slicer version a few months ago but by the time I decided to go ahead it was out of stock so when I saw the new design with the couple of offers I bought it straightaway. I am so glad I did! It is a fantastic piece of kit. I never did a lot of cane work before mainly because I found it difficult to cut even slices and ended up wasting half the cane. I know this is going to change now. I have done a few projects and I've used the canes all the way to the end. The new system to move the platform forwards with the screw is perfect and I get consistent thin slices every time. This is a fantastic product which I wholeheartedly recommend.
I have had this slicer for a while now, and I'm yet to be able to cut a nice slice, is not as easy as it looks, or I'm not doing right. Seam I have to hold the cane as well as the run the blade
So far I'm not sure I will keep this slicer. The cuts are not always accurate. Also, I don't think it is so sturdy. The blade has to be helped down or it hits in the wrong place. Anyway, I will keep trying it ... maybe i"m doing something wrong?
Great video review from Cindy
Video #687: This smaller cousin of the original LC Slicer, is a great choice for those who don’t need all the features of the larger unit.
Today I will be demoing the brand new LC Mini Slicer by Lucy Clay Tools, a company based out of the Czech Republic. This European styled slicer, is designed to evenly cut small to medium sized, unbaked polymer clay canes. It’s much smaller than the regular LC Slicer, and is less than half the price. So it is well suited for those who work with smaller canes… have less storage space… want more portability… or simply just can’t afford the larger model. This tool is sturdy and well designed, though not quite as precise or as versatile as the larger unit. The LC Mini Slicer is currently only available direct from the manufacturer (see link below video), but will be eventually be made available through the other regional distributors at some point. It is good quality and a very useful product to have in your studio.