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This self-lubricating carbide head, pencil-style cutter is made from quality brass. The substantial weight gives the user a feeling of more control over the score and is impervious to breaking. The textured barrel provides an improved grip while scoring.
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glass cutter This self-lubricating carbide head, pencil-style cutter is made from quality brass. The substantial weight gives the user a feeling of more control over the score and is impervious to breaking. The textured barrel provides an improved grip while scoring.
Studio Pro

Studio Pro Brass Handle Cutter

$29.95
$27.95

This self-lubricating carbide head, pencil-style cutter is made from quality brass. The substantial weight gives the user a feeling of more control over the score and is impervious to breaking. The textured barrel provides an improved grip while scoring.

The Perfect Score
1. To hold the glass cutter, place your thumb on the backside of the cutting wheel. Place your middle and index fingers on the front, similar to holding a pen. Your thumb and fingers should be positioned just above the cutting wheel.
2. For more control place your free hand in the same position.
3. Line up the cutting wheel with the intended score line at a slight angle and apply moderate pressure to the cutting wheel while pushing away. A good score begins at one edge of the glass and runs to the other edge. It should look like a strand of hair on the surface of the glass. If the score line looks "powdery", you’ve pressed too hard.

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This self-lubricating carbide head, pencil-style cutter is made from quality brass. The substantial weight gives the user a feeling of more control over the score and is impervious to breaking. The textured barrel provides an improved grip while scoring.

The Perfect Score
1. To hold the glass cutter, place your thumb on the backside of the cutting wheel. Place your middle and index fingers on the front, similar to holding a pen. Your thumb and fingers should be positioned just above the cutting wheel.
2. For more control place your free hand in the same position.
3. Line up the cutting wheel with the intended score line at a slight angle and apply moderate pressure to the cutting wheel while pushing away. A good score begins at one edge of the glass and runs to the other edge. It should look like a strand of hair on the surface of the glass. If the score line looks "powdery", you’ve pressed too hard.

Current Stock:
Width: 2.00 (in)
Height: 9.00 (in)
Depth: 1.00 (in)
SKU: 73655

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