Versaguide Large Cutting System

Price $319.95
Your Savings: - $20.00
Your Price: $299.95 USD
Item# 9462
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Product Features

  • Cut squares, rectangles, triangles, diamonds, rhomboids, hexagons and more
  • No learning curve: Angle, Lock and Score
  • Change angles with the twist of a knob
  • For glass up to 21" high
  • Great for half and full sheets of Bullseye Glass
  • Small footprint when not in use - great for studios with limited space
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty


Product Description

When precision and speed count - you can depend on the Versaguide. This one-of-a-kind system cuts strips, squares, rectangles, diamonds and any other geometric shape your art calls for quickly and easily. 

Skip the learning curve! Once your system is set up all you need to know is how to twist the knob to adjust the rails using the protractor to set it to the perfect angle. The rubber grips can be placed in any position to hold your glass secure while you score. Made from lightweight, high strength, aircraft grade aluminum.

Includes:

  • Versaguide Large Cutting System
  • Protractor
  • Rubber glass grips
Large size accommodates glass up to 21" high x 48" wide. Available in 3 sizes as shown in additional images. Large size shown in the middle. Full assembly required. 

Watch the complete source of Versaguide tutorials. Vendor recommends using a 1/8th inch yoga mat as a cutting surface on top of any flat table.

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Pros : Makes quick work of cutting multiple pieces of the same size.
Cons : Takes time to set up but the set up is easy.
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