Easy-Cut Lens Cutter

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Item# 7991
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Product Features

  • Use to score precise circles from 3/8" to 5" diameter
  • Features a 3-wheel cutting head for long life
  • Small and easy to store - even in small workshops
  • Excellent for cutting circles for smaller projects
  • Designed for right or left handed use

Product Description

Perfect Circles Every Time
Ideal for artists in need of small circles; use the Easy-Cut Lens Cutter to score precise circles from 3/8" to 5" in diameter. Comes with a 3-wheel cutting head for long life. Marked ruler on cutting bar makes size selection simple. Features a spring loaded handle for pressure control to help you get the perfect score with minimum effort. Excellent for cutting lots of sun-catchers, holiday ornaments, medallions and more. The handy size of this tool is ideal for storage, even in small workshops. 

Delphi Tip: Use a piece of rubber shelf liner, cut to size, to help secure glass in place.  

Glass wreath created by Melanie Churchill and Chandra Rusk.

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Product Details

  • Package Dimensions: N/A
  • Weight: 32 ounces
  • UPC: 79436670369-8

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   slips
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Pros : It does make perfect circles when it works
Cons : the carbide wheel slips constantly / comes out of alignment; sometimes MID-cut... so disappointing. I have ruined the most perfect glass selections with this thing.
Other Thoughts : one suggestion to put a rubber pad under the glass helps to keep the glass centered and this should be incorporated into the design. But there's no fixing the issue with the carbide wheel. it constantly comes out of alignment.
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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Helpful, but Quirky
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Pros : Excellent aid in cutting even, accurate circles. This will surely be my best friend in my jewelry and ornament production. Very compact and, for the most part, easy to use.
Cons : The knob on the handle keeps falling out! I had to epoxy it in place. The screw did not appear stripped; not sure if I just got a flawed handle. Also, the cutter wheel itself tends to rotate out of alignment after a few uses. I have made it a routine to adjust alignment between circle scoring.
Other Thoughts : Another review here suggested to add a 'non-slip' surface to the base to keep your glass stable - This is INVALUABLE advice. I whole-heartedly agree!!
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Pros : I'm finding it very easy to use.
Cons : The wheel with the cutting blades frequently moves after tightening it, so the blade shifts out of position and doesn't cut.
Other Thoughts : I put a flat rubber disk (used for opening jars)on the flat surface, and placed the glass piece on top of it. It helps keep the glass from sliding as you cut it. Also, be sure to stop cutting as soon as you complete the circle, or the glass will not break evenly.
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