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    Oil Feed Glass Cutter, 2mm~15mm

    Low price oil feed glass cutter, high quality carbide alloy blade, cutting range 2mm~12mm, 3mm~12mm, 5mm~15mm, selectable PC, metal and aluminum alloy handle. A glass cutter is the best cutting tool to cut glasses or mirrors to size.
    SKU: T-GC-15
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    $12.99
    Minimum purchase quantity: 10
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Low price oil feed glass cutter for sale. A manual glass cutter can cut glasses, mirrors and window materials on a flat floor or table top. A little kerosene can be given to the glass cutter, making the blade is more smooth and sharp. Our professional glass cutters are the best glass cutting tools, wholesale online now.

    Specification

    Model T-GC-212 T-GC-312 T-GC-515
    Handle Material PC Metal Aluminum Alloy
    Cutter Wheel Material Carbide Alloy Carbide Alloy Carbide Alloy
    Cutting Range 2mm~12mm 3mm~12mm 5mm~15mm
    Metal Ball Diameter 15mm 13mm 15mm
    Blade Length 27mm 27mm 27mm
    Blade width 15mm 15mm 15mm
    Blade Thickness 5.3mm 5.3mm 5.3mm
    Total Length 185mm 170mm 185mm
    Weight 60g 68g 75g

    Details

    Oil Feed Glass Cutter Details

    Applications

    Oil Feed Glass Cutter Applications

    Tips: How to Use a Glass Cutter?
    A glass cutter is a hand tool that cutting glasses, windows and mirror materials on a flat floor or table top. Before you cut glass, you would better fix size with a straight ruler. And then press the ruler and use a glass cutter to draw the glass along the straight edge. It’s worth noticing that you have to draw hard until it makes the sounds of cutting through the glass. If you cut a line on the glass, but it is not broken, you could put the glass and aim the glass scratch at the edge of the table, put on gloves, press the average position of the glass scratch on both sides of the marks respectively with the palms of both hands, and separate the glass with both hands. It is important to be safe in this process. Finally, ground glass edges with a sanding gauze.

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