It's inevitable. Sometimes film that has already been applied to a car or other substrate still needs to be cut to shape. This shouldn't present too many problems, should it? But is the cut uniform, neat, accurate and last but not least: has the knife damaged the substrate?
Sadly, this happens all too often. When film is cut and the excess film is removed there is often a slight scratch mark left by the knife. This can cause enormous problems and above all can bring your expertise into question. Obviously, nobody cuts into a car's paintwork on purpose, however it does happen. Accidents can easily be caused by a blunt knife, pressures of work or perhaps when using a film of a different thickness (e.g. laminated print film).
Not only that, but expert cutting takes time; you need a steady hand and a good sense of touch. Wouldn't it be great if you could make a perfect cut every time without damaging the substrate?
KnifelessTape from Knifeless Tech Systems is the answer. This selfadhesive removable tape is equipped with a fine but very strong filament. This wire acts like a knife when you withdraw the filament from the tape it cut straights through the film. Now that's what you call innovation.