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Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter

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This is Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter.Definitely an easy and inexpensive Glass Cutter Tool to make glass working easier. Anti leak fluid dispensing valve lays down a perfect bead of cutting fluid along score. The glas...
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Specifications:


  • Anti leak fluid dispensing valve lays down a perfect bead of cutting fluid along score
  • Use with any suitable straight edge
  • Diamond wheel cuts clean stay sharp For straight and curved cuts in glass and mirrors
  • Balanced cast metal handle
  • High precision cutting, high efficiency, long life
  • The appearance of beautiful, fashionable, unique structure is ideal for cutting tools glass industry
  • Material: Wood(Handle) & Diamond 

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Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter


  • High precision cutting, high efficiency, long life.This is Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter.Definitely an easy and inexpensive Glass Cutter Tool to make glass working easier

Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter


  • Diamond Tipped.Anti leak fluid dispensing valve lays down a perfect bead of cutting fluid along score.This Glass Cutter Tool fits conveniently in your pouch for use around the shop or in the field

Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter


  • The Glass Cutters are perfect for cutting and glass art work. Also perfect for cutting stained glass and other craft and industry uses. The Best Glass Cutter is a very popular cutter due to top grade alloy cutting head. The handle is very comfortable to hold

Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter


  • Invaluable tool for scoring any type of glass. The Glass Cutters are a company dedicated to finding innovative ways to make glass working easier

How to Cut Glass With a Glass Cutter:

Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter


There are three tricks to cutting glass perfectly every time with a glass cutter. Unfortunately one of the tricks--using just the right amount of pressure on your glass cutter--may require a little practice before you get it perfect, so don't be too disappointed if your first few efforts are less than perfect. The other two tricks are to always dip your cutting wheel in kerosene before scoring your glass and only score your glass one time (in other words, do not run the cutter across your glass more than once in an attempt to make a deeper score line)


  • Confirm that the glass you are about to cut is not tempered glass. Tempered glass will shatter rather than cut if you use a glass cutter on it. In most cases tempered glass will have a small etched logo in one corner identifying it as tempered, but this is not always true. It can be almost impossible to identify tempered glass simply by looking at it
  • Lay a clean cotton towel on a smooth, clean flat surface and then lay your sheet of glass on top of the towel
  • Clean the glass thoroughly using glass cleaner and paper towels
  • Lay your straightedge on the glass where you want your cut to be made. Dip the wheel of the glass cutter into the kerosene and then, using moderate pressure, cut one clean straight line along the edge of your straightedge. Do NOT run your glass cutter along the same line more than once. Make sure that the glass cutter scores a line all the way to both edges of the glass
  • Lay your dowel under the glass, directly along the score you just made. Give one edge of the glass a sharp downward thrust, allowing the glass to break cleanly along the score/dowel
  • Sand the sharp edges of the glass using your sander with 100-grit sandpaper. Just bevel the edge slightly, taking off the sharp edge. Not only will this make the glass safer to handle, but it will strengthen the glass as well

Tips & Warnings:

Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter


  • While a diamond wheel cutter may work slightly easier, a steel wheel cutter will cut glass just as well. Do not use too much pressure when cutting glass. There should be a slight scraping sound as you cut, not a cracking sound. This is the part that may require practice as most people incorrectly assume that more pressure is better

How to Cut Glass Step by Step:

Hand Tool Diamond Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Wheel Cutter

The ability to cut glass comes in handy for craft and home improvement projects alike. Replacing a window pane or making a stained glass lamp both require the proper tools for correctly scoring and cutting the size of glass piece needed for the job. Once you have the correct glass cutting tools, you can easily learn to cut glass if you follow a few simple steps


  • Order a glass cutter, oil, running pliers and a grozer from online merchants or purchase them from your local hobby store. There are several different styles of glass cutters, and if you plan to use your glass cutter more than a few times, purchase one that has a reservoir for oil built into the handle. The oil flows out as you score the glass, making it easier to create a smooth cut. Before you try to cut glass for your home improvement or craft project, practice your technique on a scrap piece of glass
  • Place the oil in the glass cutter handle according to the manufacturer's directions. If you are using a cutter without an oil reservoir, add a light coat of oil to the surface of the glass where you plan to make your cut. This will reduce the number of shards you will have to remove after you cut the glass
  • Place the glass on a flat surface. Steady the glass with one hand while you grasp the cutter firmly in the other. Rest the cutter on one edge of the glass and apply pressure, but not too much. Your goal is to break the surface of the glass, or score it, with the blade of the cutter. Do not try to cut all the way through the glass. Draw the blade smoothly over the surface of the glass in one direction. You can push the blade forward or pull it back, but do not go back and forth. Follow the lines of your pattern or use a metal ruler as a straightedge
  • Hold your scored glass firmly with one hand and place the middle of the running pliers over the score mark. You can place the pliers at the edge of the glass or a few inches from the edge. Make sure the running pliers are centered over the score line so you will get a cleaner cut. Your running pliers should have the center marked with a line on the plastic end covering. If they do not have a center indicator mark, you should draw one with a permanent marker
  • Squeeze the handle of the pliers gently, and the glass will break apart. If it does not, run over the score line again with your cutter and apply more pressure. As you practice cutting glass, you will learn to feel how much pressure is needed for a good score
  • Nip any shards or bits left on the edge of your cut glass with the grozer. This nipping tool is designed specifically for cutting glass. Grab the shard with the end of the grozer, and press the handle together sharply

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  • 1 x Hand Tool Diamond  Tipped Wooden Handle Glass Cutter