How to Cut Glass - The Basics | Delphi Glass

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Published: December 13, 2013
Whether you're making a stained glass project or glass fusing project one of the essential skills is knowing how to cut glass. In this demonstration we will be showing the tools and the techniques for cutting glass using handheld glass cutters, running pliers, and breaking pliers.
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