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Clear Waffle Grid Surface - 2 Pack by Creator's Stained Glass

$27.95 USD
Item# 5425
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Product Features

  • Interconnecting modular grids are incredibly versatile
  • Clear grids allow the use of a template to be placed underneath
  • The grid's cells capture glass shards to keep them safely out of the way
  • Glass slides smoothly across the rounded tops of the squares
  • Made of impact resistant Lexan
  • Pack of 2


Product Description

No studio should be without this Incredibly versatile tool!
Use the Waffle Grid as a:

  • Cutting surface
  • Tracing surface
  • Grided work surface for Morton and Cutter's Mate tools
  • Work surface for wet saws and grinders
  • Custom back splash

The Waffle Grid's 11-1/4" square interconnecting grids give you the freedom to construct the size and shape of your work surface and back splash. The transparent surface features a grid on one side, a smooth flat side on the other, and can be interlocked with either side facing up.

The smooth side is perfect for tracing patterns on glass. Flip it over and use the grid side for cutting glass. The grid's cells capture glass shards to keep them safely out of the way. Use the Waffle Grid with your Cutter's Mate or Morton tools for even more cutting versatility. Put it under your wet tools as a work surface. The grid surface collects water from wet tools to keep your workshop clean and dry. Build a backsplash to the size of your workbench to catch grinder and saw water spray.

There is so much you can do with the Waffle Grid! Construct custom back splashes for any size workshop tool with convenient Waffle Grid™ 2 and 6 packs, as shown below using 8 Waffle Grids™. To see how easy it is to build a custom back splash, see the 'User Manual' under additional images.

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  •   Handy surface for using cutting systems
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Pros : These work well with my Beetle Bits cutting system. I'm picking up some more of these to expand my working area when I uses these tools. Though they look gray in the picture, they are clear. The little squares catch debris.
Cons : Sometimes the male end seems to stick to the groove so tightly I am afraid one of the male ends which locks the grids together may crack. Also, if you are using a grinder near the waffle grid, sometimes the combination of glass dust and water gets on the grid and stuck in the squares. To clean, you have to run it under water.
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  •   Easy and Useful
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Pros : Goes together well in any pattern I need. Can be used for back splash, cutting surface etc.
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Other Thoughts : We are using some under our mosaic panels as we work to catch any stray shards--what an improvement--so many fewer nicks and cuts! (We use large clear plastic tubs with clear lids taped half-on to actually cut/nip the glass in, then use the grid surface to lay out the panel on.) Makes for a neater, safer glass shop!
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