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Cutter's Mate Plus by Creator's Stained Glass

$279.95 USD
Item# 5114
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Product Features

  • Make straight cuts up to 62-1/2 inches with the long 21 inch arm
  • Practically scores glass by itself!
  • So easy to make intricate "impossible" cuts!
  • No more bad breaks!
  • Save glass and get accurate cuts every time!
  • Includes the CSG-10 oil-fed cutter head
    Made in the USA
  • Includes one year manufacturer warranty


Product Description

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The Cutter's Mate Plus has a foam cushioned, weighted handle that eliminates the strain of grasping a traditional slim cutter. The weighted handle rotates 360º and applies all the pressure you'll need to effortlessly produce a perfect score. It's so easy, you can even score glass while sitting down!

The easy-glide system keeps the cutter head at a constant 90º angle to the glass, practically eliminating bad breaks. The Cutter's Mate can be positioned for right or left handed use and swings out of the way when not in use. The Plus model features a longer cutter arm (21") and the ability to make a longer straight cut (62-1/2").

Features the CSG-10 carbide, oil-fed, cutting head, made in America. Also includes rubber feet for use on tabletops. Includes slide bar. If preferred, you can attach it to a Waffle Grid work surface #5424 (sold separately).  Includes a one year manufacturer warranty.

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Product Details

  • Slide bar with smooth pivoting 21" cutter arm
  • Weighted foam cushion cutter grip
  • Premium CGS-10 oil-feed cutter head
  • No surface required. Use with Waffle Grid or Morton Grid. Sold separately

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5 out of 5 stars
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Pros : Easy to use and move around. The pressure is spot on making clean cuts and nice firm scores.
Cons : None yet.
Other Thoughts : I am just getting used to this and now am working on the accuracy of the cut. Really pleased
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Pros : What a wonderful addition to our glass cutting tools. Thanks Delphi, another great product. Ease of cutting and the fact that I no longer have hand fatigue after hours of cutting is a plus. Yes, I can even sit down and cut glass now.
Cons : None
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Pros : Minimizes waste by poor scores, easy to use, enables more challenging cuts to be completed.
Cons : None.
Other Thoughts : Worth the investment!
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