Cutting Class DVD

$23.95 USD
Item# 6897D
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Product Features

  • TV hosts Joe Porcelli and Tommy G, "The Glass Guys", demonstrate how to cut any type of glass!
  • Get better results on every glass project - easy to follow instruction
  • Comprehensive introduction to glass tools and cutting techniques
  • 120 minutes


Product Description

A Comprehensive Guide to Cutting All Types of Glass
Regardless of what type of glass art you create, glass cutting techniques are essential to success. Get great tips from TV's "The Glass Guys" Joe Porcelli and Tommy G to get a better fit and finish on every project. This 120 minute instructional DVD is packed with useful tips and techniques in a fun to follow format.

Nothing beats seeing proven glass cutting techniques in action, right your screen! Topics include choosing a glass cutter, positioning for perfect scores, cutting tools, and safety. 120 minutes. DVD.

DVD is set to NTCS Region 1. DVD may not operate on DVD players sold outside of the United States, Canada, Bermuda and US territories.

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Pros : This DVD gives you a good bang for your buck. It is very detailed, easy to understand and sparks the imagination. They cover both basic and advance techniques and show how to work with a variety of tools and types of glass. This DVD would be a gift for one who wants to learn how to create stained glass art.
Cons : There is a small bit of duplication when they try to show how easy it is to learn but that's not really a problem because the DVD is very long and covers all of the details quite well.
Other Thoughts : I am glad I purchased this DVD. It was well worth the money to me. Now I want to purchase Get The Lead Out DVD by the same instructors.
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