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25/06/2015 at 19:31 #26695MikeKeymaster25/06/2015 at 20:21 #26699Norm SParticipant
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They do. I am also a late discoverer – with their flat edge pushed up against model, they cut tight without the hit and miss accuracy of the Exacto. I only use mine on plastics though.
25/06/2015 at 20:38 #26702Not Connard SageParticipant
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I can’t believe that you served in an armour unit and had never heard of flat jawed side cutters (which is what they are) Tim. Didn’t you speak to the engineer company?
I get mine free from work. Which is nice.
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"I go online sometimes, but everyone's spelling is really bad. It's... depressing."25/06/2015 at 20:46 #26705Not Connard SageParticipant
The jaws are hardened(ish). They’ll cut light gauge metal – like that photoetched brass in your pic
"I go online sometimes, but everyone's spelling is really bad. It's... depressing."26/06/2015 at 00:37 #26711Ian MarshParticipant
I discovered the cutters sold by Prince August to chop metal (they remove the bulky feed on their home-cast figures, and I found the cutters were essential for dealing with their 40mm SYW figures). It’s a fantastic tool. For some of the moulds I have for spin-casting, the cutters are great at removing figures where the kiss-gate hasn’t quite worked as intended.
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