60cm Portable Professional Alloy Diamond Glass Circle Cutter

60cm Portable Professional Alloy Diamond Glass Circle Cutter

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This circle glass cutter is a 60cm Portable Professional Alloy Diamond Glass Circle Cutter. Compass Style Glass Cutter with powerful suction cup holds center while cutter head scribes the circle. The lever of the circle glass cutter is made of polished golden metal, clear-cut scale which make easy to read.The precision circle glass cutter features suction cup that holds this precision piece steady while you are scoring.No waste, no breakage and simple to use that is a great tool to have on hand .Also perfect for cutting stained glass and other craft and household uses.This circle glass cutter is designed for both hobbyists and professional glass cutters; Features compasses style, hobbyists and professional glass cutterscomes with round knob handle that fits in the palm of your hand;This circle glass cutter is designed for both .The turret head has six numbered wheels, so Glass Cutter Tool will long outlast other circle cutters.This 60cm Portable Professional Alloy Diamond Glass Circle Cutter is the best choice for you! ## Product Description Specification Buying Guide Return Policies Specifications: Thiscircle glass cutter is designed for both hobbyists and professional glass cutters Features compasses style, comes with round knob handle that fits in the palm of your hand Compass stylecircle glass cutter with powerful suction cup holds center while cutter head scribes the circle The lever is made of polished golden metal, clear-cut scale which make easy to read Innovation and advanced design, thiscircle glass cutter can cut a exact round circle No waste, no breakage and simple to use that is a great tool to have on hand Material: Alloy Steel & Alloy Cutting Range: 5-16mm Size: 60cm / 23.6in(Length) Details: Full-scale of the circle glass cutter.The lever of the circle glass cutter is made of polished golden metal, clear-cut scale which make easy to read Compass stylecircle glass cutter.The precision circle glass cutter features suction cup that holds this precision piece steady while you are scoring.No waste, no breakage and simple to use that is a great tool to have on hand .Also perfect for cutting stained glass and other craft and household uses. round knob handle.This circle glasscutter is designed for both hobbyists and professional glass cutters; Features compasses style, hobbyists and professional glass cutterscomes with round knob handle that fits in the palm of your hand;Thiscircle glass cutter is designed for both The turret head has six numbered wheels, so Glass Cutter Tool will long outlast other circle cutters.This60cm Portable Professional Alloy Diamond Glass Circle Cutter is the best choice for you Size in Detail: How to Cut Glass Step by Step: The ability to cut glass comes in handy for craft and home improvement projects alike. Replacing a window pane or making a stained glass lamp both require the proper tools for correctly scoring and cutting the size of glass piece needed for the job. Once you have the correct glass cutting tools, you can easily learn to cut glass if you follow a few simple steps Order a glass cutter, oil, running pliers and a grozer from online merchants or purchase them from your local hobby store. There are several different styles of glass cutters, and if you plan to use your glass cutter more than a few times, purchase one that has a reservoir for oil built into the handle. The oil flows out as you score the glass, making it easier to create a smooth cut. Before you try to cut glass for your home improvement or craft project, practice your technique on a scrap piece of glass Place the oil in the glass cutter handle according to the manufacturer's directions. If you are using a cutter without an oil reservoir, add a light coat of oil to the surface of the glass where you plan to make your cut. This will reduce the number of shards you will have to remove after you cut the glass Place the glass on a flat surface. Steady the glass with one hand while you grasp the cutter firmly in the other. Rest the cutter on one edge of the glass and apply pressure, but not too much. Your goal is to break the surface of the glass, or score it, with the blade of the cutter. Do not try to cut all the way through the glass. Draw the blade smoothly over the surface of the glass in one direction. You can push the blade forward or pull it back, but do not go back and forth. Follow the lines of your pattern or use a metal ruler as a straightedge Hold your scored glass firmly with one hand and place the middle of the running pliers over the score mark. You can place the pliers at the edge of the glass or a few inches from the edge. Make sure the running pliers are centered over the score line so you will get a cleaner cut. Your running pliers should have the center marked with a line on the plastic end covering. If they do not have a center indicator mark, you should draw one with a permanent marker Squeeze the handle of the pliers gently, and the glass will break apart. If it does not, run over the score line again with your cutter and apply more pressure. As you practice cutting glass, you will learn to feel how much pressure is needed for a good score Nip any shards or bits left on the edge of your cut glass with the grozer. This nipping tool is designed specifically for cutting glass. Grab the shard with the end of the grozer, and press the handle together sharply How to Cut Round Glass: The art of cutting glass becomes difficult when you want to cut round glass. There are several ways to cut round pieces of glass. Choose from using a basic hand held cutter, a glass saw or tools made specifically to cut precise circles and curves Hand Held Cutter: Trace the circle you want to cut, with a non-permanent marker, onto the glass Cut a square, with a glass cutter, around the circle. Each side of the square should touch the circle. Break the glass with running pliers or grozier pliers Score the corners of the square at an angle. Break the glass at the score. Continue scoring and breaking the rest of the circle pattern until you have a round glass circle Glass Saw: Trace a copy of the round shape you want, with a wax pencil, onto the glass. With a hand held glass cutter, cut the glass so there is less than 1 inch of glass around the circle Place the glass on the saw platform and turn on the saw. Ensure that the water is hitting the saw blade before beginning to cut. Hold the glass securely and press the glass against the saw blade until the blade cuts through to the shape on the glass Use every angle of the saw blade to continue cutting the round glass. This means that the glass does not need to be turned; just continue to press the glass against every side of the blade to follow the pattern Circle Cutting Systems: Score precise circles up to 5 inches diameter with the Easy-cut Lens Cutter. This tool is ideal for hobby glass cutters Cut small round glass pieces with ease with the Morton Teeny Circle System. Use this to score circles with diameters of 6 inches or less Set the ruler, adjust the cutting head to the setting and cut precise circles up to 12 inches diameter with the Circle Pro 12. This system can be folded for storage to keep your work area clutter free Score circles up to 25 inches diameter with the Glastar Circle Cutter. This tool will also cut strips, which makes it a versatile tool to have User the Circle Pro 24 to score circles up to 24 inches diameter. This tool works with the Cutter's Mate system and also has an arc angle guide to make circle borders Find these products at your local stained glass shop or search online by typing the name of the system into your web browser. They can be used to cut stained glass or other types of glass. All come with instructions for how to cut round glass Package Included: 1 x Portable Professional Alloy Diamond Glass Circle Cutter