Cutters Mate MINI
- Makes cutting easy, even while sitting down!
- Save glass and get accurate cuts every time!
- Compact size ideal for small workshops
- Ergonomic design for right or left handed use
- One year manufacturer warranty
Say Goodbye to Hand Fatigue!
Finally a super portable cutter that practically scores glass by itself! The Cutter's Mate Mini has a foam cushioned, weighted handle that eliminates the strain of grasping a traditional slim cutter. The weighted handle rotates 360º and applies all the pressure you'll need to effortlessly produce a perfect score. It's so easy, you can even score glass while sitting down!
The easy-glide system keeps the cutter head at a constant 90º angle to the glass, practically eliminating bad breaks. Quick, easy set-up for right or left handed use. The 11" clear Lexan cutter arm can score a straight line up to 22" long and swings out of the way when not in use. Ships and stores easily in a 13" x 13" x 3" box.
Cutter's Mate Mini includes 1 Waffle Grid, 13-1/2" Slide Bar, 2 Grid Adapters, Cutter Arm Attachment with the CSG-10 oil-fed carbide cutting head and rubber feet for use on tabletops. Made in the U.S.A. One year manufacturer warranty.
For even more versatility, easily expand your work surface with additional Waffle Grid section which are available to purchase separately (see link below).
Comes with a replaceable Toyo oil-fed cutter head, and non-slip rubber feet.
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Variable ResultsBy DHM
Seems to be a well engineered product - but its effectiveness varies depending on the surface to be scored.
On a smooth surface to be scored I found the Cutter's Mate effective and easy to use - giving nice clean breaks. However, I found it hopeless at making a score on any glass surface which was not smooth - in fact, on occasions, it didn't score at all according to my magnifying glass. Using the amount of pressure necessary to score a less than perfect surface caused the cutter to "stick" in the imperfections - making it almost impossible to keep to a cutting line. I practised on several different sheets to see if my technique was at fault. But never a good cut.
So, for less than perfect scoring surfaces I use my Ring Saw.