Morton Glass Stops - 5 Pack

$32.95 USD
Item# 7146
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  • Small and easy to place
  • East to save sizes

Product Description

Includes five glass stops, enabling you to save more size settings with your Portable Glass Shop (item #7168B) or any other glass cutting system you have.

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  •   Saves time
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Pros : Once you set these and label them, you will save alot of time if you are making repeated cuts. I use it with my cutters mate and I love them.
Cons : The cost is the only set back or con. It took me a while to justify the purchase of them.
Other Thoughts : They are worth it, maybe watch for them to go on sale.
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Pros : A great addition to the Morton Glass Cutting System. I label stops that I consistently use, so having extra stops makes my work more flexible and less tedious. I have several sets for different projects.
Cons : NONE!
Other Thoughts : For projects that are repeatedly used, set the stops firmly and label them with the length they are set at so you don't have to keep resetting them. Buy extra stops for other projects that need to have the stops adjusted.
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