MBM Triumph™ 4205, 4215 & 4350 Replacement Blades
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MBM Triumph™ 4205, 4215 & 4350 Replacement Blades

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  • Blade Type: Standard Inlay Blades (INL)
  • Compatible Equipment: MBM Triumph 4205, 4215, or 4350 paper cutter
  • Blade Material: 50% High Alloy Steel / 50% Standard Grade Steel
  • Exceeds OEM factory specifications and officially Diamond Cut® for extreme precision and longevity
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MBM Triumph™ 4205, 4215, 4300, 4315 & 4350 Replacement Blade [Standard Inlay, 19.187" x 1.511" x 0.236", 5 Holes (M6)] Item#05JYMBM42213 05JYMBM42213


One of the least expensive and easiest ways to keep your MBM Triumph™ paper cutter creating accurate cuts, as well as reduce undue wear to the machine itself, is to replace the blade. These replacement paper cutter knives are available in either a standard inlay steel or high speed steel composition. The INL blade is made of a 50/50 blend of high alloy steel and standard grade steel, while the HSS blade is made of a 50/50 blend of high speed steel with tungsten, and standard grade steel. The unique blend of durable steels creates an exceptionally strong knife with a longer blade life, lasting an average of 3-5 years longer than other blades. These blades are compatible with the MBM Triumph™ 4205, 4215, and 4350 paper cutters, measure 19.187" x 1.511" x 0.236", and feature 5 holes*.


Item # 05JYMBM42213-GRP
Manufacturer Jayhawk Plastics, Inc.
Quantity 1 Knife
Size 19.187 x 1.511 x 0.236
Compatible Equipment MBM Triumph™ 4205
MBM Triumph™ 4215
MBM Triumph™ 4350
Blade Holes 5 Slots
Blade Hole Details M6


If you have an MBM Triumph™ 4205, 4215, or 4350 paper cutter, and you need a replacement blade, then you have come to the right place. We offer premium Diamond Cut® paper cutter knives that are manufactured to actually exceed the OEM specifications, ensuring a perfectly square and accurate cut for years to come. These replacement blades are available in two different options: ① a standard inlay steel blade, which is made of a 50% high alloy steel and 50% standard steel blend. This combination of strength and low price make it the most popular blade option. ② a premium, high speed steel blade, which is made of a 50% high speed steel and 50% standard steel blend. There is 18% T1 German tungsten in the high speed steel, which adds exceptional strength that will actually outlast standard blades by an average of 3-5 years. No matter which blade type you choose, you are getting a high quality paper cutter knife that has been built to last.

We all know that a dull blade can create rough edges, and a cut that is inaccurate. But did you know that using a dull blade can also actually harm your equipment? The power of electric and hydraulic paper cutting machines will force a dull blade through a stack of paper, but the extra effort to do so causes undue wear to the motor, blade casing, and many other parts. Don't risk your equipment investment; buy a new MBM Triumph™ 4205, 4215 & 4350 replacement blade online today. Consider keeping a second blade on-hand, so you can guarantee your cutter is never out-of-commission, even when your installed blade needs sharpening or replacing.

*Important Note: Sometimes cutter manufacturers will change the specifications on a machine, without changing the model name or number. For this reason, it is important to compare the specifications (measurements, holes, etc.) with the specifications listed here to be sure they match. If they do not, or if you are not sure these are the blades for you, please call us at (866)537-2244 so we can help find you the exact cutter knife that you need.

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We offer a huge selection of replacement paper cutter knives that are not listed directly on our website. Just give us a call at (866)537-2244 and have your current cutter manufacturer, model name, model number, and blade specifications (dimensions, material, holes/slots) handy so we can find you exactly what you need.

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