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Waffle Grid by Cutters Mate

Introducing The Waffle Grid, an interconnecting grid which allows the user to configure the shape of their work table. Through its unique design, you can configure around a corner, as a connecting backsplash for your glass grinder, or even randomly turn up individual grids to have a smooth area amid a pocketed area. You can even see through it for angle patterns.

Made of high impact Lexan, the surface of the 1/2-inch pockets is rounded smooth to allow your glass to glide. Want to clean out debris from a section? Just lift it out... no need to disturb your whole work surface!

The Waffle Grid comes as a single grid or packaged in a 6-Pack of 11-1/4" x 11-1/4" grid sections. Modular design allows you to have one small surface of 11 inches by 11 inches square or a large surface of unlimited size by interconnecting many grids.

Perfect for use with all Cutters Mate products and attachments which are available to purchase separately on our website.


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    Wish I’d bought one sooner
    By Heather Turvey

    I love this! I sort of thought I didn’t need one but gave it a go and now I’ll never go back. It makes cutting quicker because I don’t really need to check for little bits anymore. I just have one so far which is great for smaller projects but I think I’d invest in a few more eventually

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    waffle grid
    By frank hartley

    Just recived my order and used for the fist time great I love the fact all glass bits etc. fall into the squares thus saving my poor hand from cuts and scatches. if you don,t have some you should

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    By Jessica Morris

    I work on my glass pieces from home. With a cat and other family members I am always mindful of keeping my work area clean and free of glass shards. This helps a LOT with containing sharp little pieces.

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