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Gemini Super Slicer by Gemini Saw Company

$44.95 USD
Item# 57108
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Product Description

Cut Perfectly Parallel Slices with Ease
The Super Slicer from Gemini securely holds pattern bars, cane, rods, and other small objects so they can be cut in perfectly parallel, thin slices. Cut slices as thin as 1/8th of an inch, and get up to three times the amount of material you can get out of a fused glass pattern bar. Works with most bandsaws and ring saws, trim saws and jig saws.
Delphi Tip: At Delphi we use the Super Slicer with both ring saws and bandsaws. Delphi Glass Expert Roy Kapp suggests using poster tack to hold the bottom slicer plate in place; the poster tack holds the plate secure while cutting but makes removal fast and easy.

Pattern bar bowl from "Contemporary Warm Glass," book #6814.

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Pros : Easy to use..... just make sure you follow the simple instructions.
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : I use this with my Taurus ring saw with the slicer blade - it goes easily through thick glass that needs to be sliced for other applications.
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