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Cuts bottles of almost any size
Made from recycled aluminum and plastic
Wheeled turret contains 6 cutting wheels – lasts through many projects!
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This item: Generation Green (g2) Bottle Cutter by Diamond Tech
Recycle Glass Bottles Into Works of Art!
Generation Green, or the G2 Bottle Cutter, can be use for everything from large wine bottles, to wide-mouth jars, to small soda bottles. Turn empty glass bottles into sculptures, vases, lamp shades, planting pots, votive holders, or anything you can imagine. It even cuts rings for wind-chimes! Constructed entirely from recycled aluminum and plastic, the G2's lightweight design allows you to easily score and separate discarded bottles and jars in just 3 easy steps. Kit includes bottle cutter, long lasting 6 wheeled turret cutting head, two 4" x 4" polishing pads, tapper and instructions.
G2 Bottle Cutter
Long Lasting Cutting Heads
2 Polishing Pads
Delphi Tip: If you are experiencing difficulty tightening screws to maintain proper alignment while scoring, remove the washers and place them on the same side as the wingnuts to ensure the screws will stay tightened.
Pros : This glass cutter was much easier to use than the first one I purchased (a simple one from Home Depot). It was decently easy to get a straight cut working by myself and it was still working great for >40 bottles. The price is also really good.
Cons : Cutting bottles is much harder than cutting flat glass (I've done some stained glass work before) and, even with this tool, expect many of your bottles to crack in strange places. Not really a criticism of this product, which I thought worked pretty great, but just so you're aware if you're buying it to cut bottles...
Did you know that April is National Earth month? That’s right, a month-long event scheduled for April 1 through April 30 in Washington, DC, featuring interactive, eco-friendly experiences to raise awareness of environmental issues and encourage sustainability. Earth Month 2013 represents a significant expansion of Earth Day festivities normally celebrated April 22. Join millions of people around the world and unite with the sole purpose of celebrating National Earth Month by looking for your community’s local efforts and meaningful programs. In the meantime, why not start the celebration at home with crafting projects that recycle, re-purpose and reuse. Responsible manufactures such as Diamond Tech are coming up with alternative crafting projects that provide a value proposition as well as social, emotional, and therapeutic benefits that balance in perfect harmony with any Earth Day celebration. For example, last year Diamond Tech introduced the Generation Green Bottle Cutter and Kits. These eco-friendly
Reduce, Recycle, Re-Purpose Get creative about making unique and functional patio lights from everyday items with ideas from this fresh project guide. Follow the link below to download this Free Project Guide. Download Free Project Guide Viewing this file requires the use of the Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have Adobe on your system, you may download Adobe Reader free from their website. Project shown by Andy Spencer.
Boyce Lundstrom has been a well-respected name in fusing since the late 1960s. In 1974, he founded the Bullseye Glass Company. Since then, hes published several books that have become essential guides for fusing artists. His latest release, "The Best Bottle Book Ever" showcases whimsical art made from discarded bottles. He outlines technical aspects of cutting, breaking and fusing bottles, and addresses compatibility issues and firing schedules. Were giving away the book. Along with the new G2 Bottle Cutter and a popular Bottle Sagger mold - an $85 value. Its our best bottle art giveaway ever. Enter our sweepstakes through Facebook April 21-23 to win the prize pack. (If youd rather not enter through Facebook, you can enter here.) The winner will be chosen randomly on April 24. Our apologies for the technical difficulties with the Bottle Art Contest....the link should be fixed now. If you are still having trouble,