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Yes they are made to work with the machine. They will out last regular blades by 3x. If you are not having exact cuts see details above as to what blade type to use it is not because of a dull blade usually. These blades are harder than metal
BRIDGE CUTTERS USA
Seller · January 12, 2016
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They work for the Cricut Explore which I believe is the same for the Air, but I honestly do not recommend these. They tear everything, even thin paper, and I've been sorely disappointed.
V.R.
· February 11, 2016
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Sorry but I think you may have to purchase the adapter ($9.95) for these blades to work with scan n cut. The adapter can be purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/adapter-Brother-Bridge-Blades-Cricut/dp/B01EXSTGWW/ref=sr_1_7?srs=8049600011&ie=UTF8&qid=1479060826&sr=8-7&keywords=scan+n+cut+blades
ENC82
· November 13, 2016
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Yes they work in the cricut
BRIDGE CUTTERS USA
Seller · February 27, 2018
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Not if you use them with cricut machines, I do not know about other machines
ron wilsford
· May 5, 2018
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Yes
Linda W. Fielding
· August 28, 2017
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Yes they work in Cricut holders
BRIDGE CUTTERS USA
Seller · April 8, 2018
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Yes
Paper Artist
· December 29, 2017
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For Cricut Explore Air
Remove the housing by unlatching it and pulling it out. Holding it away from you, push down on the top of the housing. The blade will move down the housing and become more visible. Continue to face the blade away. Use tweezers to fully remove the blade. Take the new blade from packaging and c… see more
For Cricut Explore Air
Remove the housing by unlatching it and pulling it out. Holding it away from you, push down on the top of the housing. The blade will move down the housing and become more visible. Continue to face the blade away. Use tweezers to fully remove the blade. Take the new blade from packaging and carefully remove the red sheath which covers the blade. Very carefully insert the rounded side of the blade into the housing, with the housing upside down in your hand. The blade will be held in by a magnet. Replace in machine and flip the clamp shut. see less
For Cricut Explore Air
Remove the housing by unlatching it and pulling it out. Holding it away from you, push down on the top of the housing. The blade will move down the housing and become more visible. Continue to face the blade away. Use tweezers to fully remove the blade. Take the new blade from packaging and carefully remove the red sheath which covers the blade. Very carefully insert the rounded side of the blade into the housing, with the housing upside down in your hand. The blade will be held in by a magnet. Replace in machine and flip the clamp shut.

Kindle Customer
· May 4, 2016