Blades play an indispensable role in safe cutting; a sharp blade is a safe blade! MARTOR’s range of blades are meticulously crafted to meet the unique requirements of our customers across various industries, delivering unparalleled precision and safety with every cut.

With MARTOR, you can trust that every cut will be precise and efficient. Choose MARTOR blades and experience a level of quality that sets us apart from others in the industry.

Explore Our Distinctive Blade Categories

Trapezoid Blade: Trapezoid blades have a distinctive trapezoidal shape where the base angles have the same measurement. They are versatile and commonly used for various cutting tasks, including opening boxes and cutting cardboard.

Trapezoid Blade

Trapezoid blades have a distinctive trapezoidal shape where the base angles have the same measurement. They are versatile and commonly used for various cutting tasks, including opening boxes and cutting cardboard.

Industrial Blade

Industrial blades come in various shapes and sizes and are suitable for tasks such as cutting materials like rubber, plastics, or textiles.

Long Blade

Long blades are perfect for tasks that require a more extended reach, such as cutting large sheets of materials or making long, straight cuts.

Stainless Steel Blade

Stainless steel blades are cutting tools made from corrosion-resistant stainless steel. They are known for their durability, resistance to rust, and suitability for various cutting applications.

Graphic Blade

Graphic blades are specialised blades designed for using in graphic design and artistic applications. They are precision blades that facilitate intricate cuts in materials like paper, cardboard, or vinyl.

Tin Coated Blade

TiN coated blades or Titanium nitride coating, is widely used for coating industrial blades. The coating significantly increases surface hardness and reduces friction. It also provides resistance against wear, making them suitable for specific cutting tasks.

Ceramic Blade

Ceramic blades are crafted from ceramic materials, offering advantages such as sharpness retention, resistance to corrosion, and minimal friction. They are commonly used in applications where precision cutting, and longevity are crucial.

Scalpel Blade

Scalpel blades are small, precision cutting tools. They are characterised by their sharpness and are ideal for detailed and delicate cutting tasks.

Hook Blade

Hook blades are effective for slicing through dense and durable materials, such as carpet and linoleum.

Snap Off Blade

Snap-off blades, as the name suggest, consist of a blade that can be snapped off in sections to reveal a fresh cutting edge.

Extended Blades

An extended blade may refer to a knife or cutting tool with a blade that is longer than standard or traditional lengths. This extended length can provide advantages in certain cutting applications, offering a larger cutting surface or reach.

Specialty Blade

A specialty blade is the blanket term that covers a wide range of blades that are designed for specific and often unique applications. These blades cater to diverse industries and tasks, addressing specialised cutting needs with precision and efficiency.

Knife Blade

The term "knife blade" is a general reference to the bladed component of a safety knife or box cutter. Knife blades come in various shapes and styles, each designed for specific tasks. Common knife blade types include trapezoid, industrial, ceramic, scalpel, hook, serrated and more. The choice of knife blade depends on the intended use. 

The Vital Significance of Blade Quality

The significance of blade quality becomes apparent when considering several factors. Inexpensive blades tend to lose their sharpness quickly, necessitating frequent replacements compared to high-quality counterparts. A dull blade poses the risk of dragging through materials, leading to imprecise cuts and the need for re-cutting when precision is crucial. A dull blade also greatly increases the risk of cut injuries to the user. Investing in high-quality blades not only ensures longer, more efficient and safer cuts but also contributes to seamless workflow. With a MARTOR blade, you can be assured that you’ve bought a premium blade that’s sharp and made to last.

Why Choose Martor Australia Blades?

At MARTOR our number one priority is to reduce workplace accidents, which is why we ensure our blades are as safe as they are sharp. When you buy a MARTOR blade, you get…

Quality Assurance: MARTOR products undergo stringent quality checks to ensure optimal performance, providing users with a reliable and consistent cutting experience.

Safety Priority: MARTOR blades are designed with user safety as a top priority, ensuring blades are sharp and ready for use. 

Versatility Defined: MARTOR provides a diverse range of blades, ensuring that users can find the perfect cutting tool for every need, reflecting versatility at its best.

Proven Reliability: Trusted by professionals across a wide range industries, MARTOR products have earned a reputation for proven reliability and exceptional performance, making them a go-to choice for various cutting requirements.

You can stay on the cutting edge by selecting your Martor blade here


What is the difference between a single bevel and double bevel edge ground blade?

Single bevel blades have one sharpened side, while double bevel blades are sharpened on both sides. The choice between them often depends on the cutting application and user preference.

Are all box cutter blades the same?

Absolutely not! Box cutter blades can vary in material, design, and intended use. It's essential to consider specific requirements and applications when selecting box cutter blades.

What is a utility hook blade used for?

A utility hook blade is designed for tasks requiring precision cuts, such as cutting materials in a controlled manner. The hooked tip allows for better control during cutting.

What is the difference between a utility blade and a razor blade?

While utility blades and razor blades may appear similar, they are designed for different purposes. Razor blades are typically used for shaving, whereas utility blades are versatile tools used for various cutting tasks, known for their versatility as well as their durability.

How can I determine the right blade for my specific needs?

To determine the right blade, consider factors such as the intended use, material to be cut, required precision, and durability. Reviewing product specifications and seeking expert advice can help make an informed decision.

What makes 4-cutting edge blades unique?

4-cutting edge blades stand out due to their design featuring four cutting edges. Their design enables durability and longevity, making them suitable for tasks that demand prolonged use.