Clear Waffle Grid Surface - 6 Pack

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  • Interconnecting modular grids are extremely versitile
  • Clear grid allows the use of a template to be placed underneath
  • The grid's cells capture glass shards to keep them safely out of the way
  • Glass slides smoothly across the rounded tops of the squares
  • Use as a work surface or build into a splash guard
  • Pack contains 6 grids and connector bands
  • Made of impact resistant Lexan


Product Description

No studio should be without this Incredibly versatile tool!
Use the Waffle Grid as a:

  • Cutting surface
  • Tracing surface
  • Grid work surface for Morton and Cutter's Mate tools
  • Work surface for wet saws and grinders
  • Custom back splash

The Waffle Grid's 11-1/4" square interconnecting grids give you the freedom to construct the size and shape of your work surface and back splash. The transparent surface features a grid on one side, a smooth flat side on the other, and can be interlocked with either side facing up.

The smooth side is perfect for tracing patterns on glass. Flip it over and use the grid side for cutting glass. The grid's cells capture glass shards to keep them safely out of the way. Use the Waffle Grid with your Cutter's Mate or Morton tools for even more cutting versatility. Put it under your wet tools as a work surface. The grid surface collects water from wet tools to keep your workshop clean and dry. Build a back splash to the size of your workbench to catch grinder and saw water spray.

There is so much you can do with the Waffle Grid! Construct custom back splashes for any size workshop tool with convenient Waffle Grid™ 2 and 6 packs, as shown below using 8 Waffle Grids™. To see how easy it is to build a custom back splash, see the 'User Manual' under additional images.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   A must have
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Pros : Great for cutting....perfect for use under grinder too
Cons : None! Only con is you can never have enough of them!
Other Thoughts : A must have work surface for any glass studio!
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Clear Waffle grid surface
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Pros : I really like the clear surface and the flexibility with making the surface I am cutting on small or large. I have put the pattern under the grid and cut the glass on top - it works really well!!
Cons : None!
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Pros : Use them individually or snap together... great cutting surface! Great for classes too! My students love having their own mini-cutting surface!
Cons : Haven't found any!
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