mmmpj,Originally posted by mmmpj:
..........At this point I barely even touch the matcutter-I make sure I gently place the matboard against the bar to cut it, clean it regularly, turn the knob making sure that I am not holding onto the bar at the same time, I just really question the "one knob" approach.
am looking at fletcher terry and the prices, deffinately want a wall mount since I have a tiny place but really don't know which size!? I probably cut a several mats, glasses and acrylic a month. most of them within the 48" range but I wonuder if the 60" inch would help cutting standard size sheets down to managable sizes and if its worth the extra money. Money does matter to me a lot these days,Thank you!!!
Adel, welcome to the G
I don't understand exactly what you're looking for. A wall mount cutter is to cut board (outside dimensions), foam, acrylic and glass
A mat cutter is to cut the opening (with the ability to cut matboard to size as well)
Actually there is one for sale on the grumble site….much better pics.Thanks for the pics. I could never wrap my mind around how a mat opening could be cut on a wall mounted cutter. As in, wouldn't all the fall out pieces, well, fall out, right away? I have only ever seen mat cutters on an angle, so slightly tilted, which makes sense to me.