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Aluminum slide bar ruler makes getting the perfect height simple
Includes a Palm Protector pad to make it easy to apply pressure while rotating bottles
Sturdy polycarbonate construction
Includes durable carbide cutting wheel
Rings isolate your score to make separating bottles faster and easier
Made in the U.S.A.
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This item: Creator's Premium Bottle Cutter by Creator's Stained Glass
Turn Trash into Treasure
Whether you "upcycle" or "recycle", creating art with re-purposed bottles is easy. The base is made out of a durable molded polycarbonate. Positioning the cutter head is simple with the ruler marked in both inches and centimeters. Simply place a bottle or jar in the jig and turn with the palm protector helping to reduce slipping. Only light pressure is needed to produce an ideal score.
Position the rings above and below the score to isolate your score. Heat the score with hot water then cool with cold water to thermal shock the score and create a clean break nearly every time. The rings help focus the heating and cooling at your score to produce faster, more precise breaks. Even thick champagne bottles break easily and smoothly. Rings measure 3" diameter overall, 2-1/4" inside diameter and are made of durable, stretchy material to fit everything from soda bottles to large 1.75l.
Bottle cutter measures 12" long x 6" high x 5" wide.
Delphi Glass is pleased to welcome guest instructor Michael Dupille. Michael will be teaching two classes this May and June at the Delphi Creativity Center in Lansing, MI. Get to know this innovative glass artist and be inspired by his techniques. See a collection of his works on our Pinterest board. Michael is considered a pioneer in the field of kiln formed glass and has created many of the working processes and techniques which are considered standard in the warm glass industry today. Artist Bio A Seattle resident, he has worked in art his entire career as both creator and educator. Experienced in a variety of media including animation, illustration, print and textile design, he continues to challenge himself through invention and innovation. Michael was part of the glass blowing program at Central Washington University in the early 70’s. Since the late 1980s he has worked extensively with glass, having
Heres our list of the 5 hottest new and featured items from the March 2013 of Stained Glass News 1. Creators Premium Bottle Cutter What can the makers of the popular Cutters Mate and Beetle Bits Cutting Systems do with a bottle cutter? It turns out - A LOT. They have designed a premium, top-of-the-line bottle cutter that is sturdy, easy to use and gives superior results. We love the special features on the Creators Bottle Cutter, especially the aluminum slide bar ruler which makes cutting precise sizes a cinch, and the adjustable carbide cutting wheel so getting perfect pressure for an even score is a breeze. Want to learn more? See how it works with step-by-step photos and instruction. 2. Once You Try an Electric Mandrel Spinner, You Will Wonder How You Ever Created Beads Without One. With the Electric Mandrel Spinner, you will free yourself from arm and
Delphi’s 40th Year Anniversary is quickly approaching, which will be commemorated with the release of the 2012 Annual Catalog. Our constant commitment to making art glass accessible to everyone by providing the largest selection of supplies and art glass has truly made us innovators. One of the ways we stay on the cutting edge is to bring tools and products that enable the process of creating to become enjoyable and rewarding for everyone. This month we are featuring two of our vendors whose products support the mission of Delphi and embody innovation. We recently caught up with the President of Creators Stained Glass, Inc. and Inventor of the Cutter’s Mate, CirclePro and Strip Pro, Ray Nicholas. He told us the story of what sparked his creation of these tools. He began creating stained glass in 1992. His services become so in demand that by 1996 he had developed the Cutter’s