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August 14, 2011

Variable Width Eraser

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From the website:

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Kokuyo-milikeshi

Designed by 72-year old visual designer Yuji Baba, the Mirikeshi boasts 5 different edge widths โ€” 6mm, 5mm, 4mm, 3mm, and a point โ€” to optimally erase from a variety of ruled notebooks.

As an added bonus, as soon as the edges wear down a slice can be detached, revealing brand-new sharp edges.

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Eraser2

$3 (mistakes not included).

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Posted by: max hodges | Aug 16, 2011 3:04:40 AM

That is very very clever! Yes, you would have to be able to slice off a worn down section. I like.

I was a draftsman for many years and a standard drafting tool is an eraser shield which is a small piece of steel sheet (a bit larger than a credit card) with cutouts of various shapes that you place over your drawing to protect areas that you did not want to erase. Here's a shield:

http://www.amazon.com/Staedtler-Mars-Erasing-Shield/dp/B004XMEJF8/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1313354593&sr=8-4

Very handy tool that everyone should keep in their wallet .

Posted by: HeavyG | Aug 14, 2011 4:52:06 PM

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