Lino & Woodcutter Tools
- Woodcutter Set 4
- Woodcutter Set 6
- Lino Cutter Tools Set 5 in box
- Lino Cutter Set 5
- Lino Cutter Set 6 Superior
To make a lino print, you'll need:
A few pieces of lino
Lino cutting tools
Smooth surface for rolling out ink
A lino roller
A baren (or anything smooth you can use to apply pressure, such as a wooden spoon or another, clean brayer)
Optional: A Printing Press
Optional: Drying Rack
The Lino-Printing Process: Once you've cut your design into the piece of lino (creating the printing plate), you spread a thin layer of ink evenly across the lino (inking up), lay a sheet of paper over it, and apply pressure to transfer the ink to the paper (printing).
Lino Cutting Tools usually a set of 5 or 6. Low budget are the Woodcutting sets. You can sharpen lino tools with an oilstone.
Rolfes Lino Cutting Tools Set 5 in a plastic box. There is a wooden dowel in the handle to remove the blades easily – do not loose!
Dala Set of 5 – the essential blades in this set consisting of a handle and 5 different blades. Make sure they are securely fitted before cutting to prevent injury.
Rolfes Superior Lino Cutting Set - Six stainless steel blades (a liner cutter, a V-shaped cutter, a large V-shaped cutter, a U-shaped cutter, a large U-shaped cutter, and a knife) are contained in a balanced cutter handle with a twist-off cap. A clutch mechanism assures easy blade-changing.