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Taurus 3 Separating Blade by Gemini Saw Company

$99.95 USD
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Item# 57007
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Product Features

  • Make internal cuts without an entry point!
  • Omni-directional - cuts in any direction
  • Fits the Taurus 3 Ring Saw
  • Kit includes one blade and two orange groove grommets
  • Drill pilot hole using 1/8" drill bit (item #5125)


Product Description

The Ultimate in Cutting Freedom!
The Taurus 3 Ring Saw Separating Blade opens up so that you can make an inside cut in the middle of a piece of glass up to 11" in size. All you need to do is drill a hole anywhere on the piece of glass, open up your Separating Ring Blade while it is still in the saw, put it through the hole, rejoin the blade and cut. The Separating Blade is made from a stainless steel wire that is coated with the same high quality process as all Gemini blades and then has a coupling attached to it which is also coated for protection and smooth action. This blade gives you the ability to make internal cuts without an entry point.

The addition of the Separating Blade increases the versatility of the Taurus Ring Saw and provides owners with another tool to expand their creative abilities by letting them cut intricate designs, shapes and patterns on the inside of a piece of glass just as quickly and easily as they can cut on the outside. The Separating Blade Kit comes with 2 orange grommets.

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  •   My Taurus
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Pros : Wow, I can do intricate work I never thought possible. I love this blade.
Cons : Haven't found any
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  •   Separating Bland
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Pros : I made letters and numbers with this and they turned out great. Fairly easy to use!
Cons : Somewhat of a pain to take the side panel out to get the blade separated. Had to have my husband help me
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