Category Archives: Glass Cutter

Traditional Leaded Light Construction

It’s not often that I construct a leaded light but having done so recently I thought I should share some notes with you. They may help you as a newcomer or give you some new ideas if it’s an activity … Continue reading

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Choosing and Using an Oil-Filled Glass Cutter

This article is the consequence of a rather surprising feedback comment in March relating to the purchase of a Toyo oil-filled glass cutter left at the Tempsford Stained Glass web site. Tempsford Stained Glass were given 4 out of 5 stars … Continue reading

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Lubricate Your Cutter Wheel

I did plan to write about glass cutters but got side-tracked by comments relating to”cutting oil” and suggested alternative whilst browsing around on the Internet. I promise to come back to glass cutters at some future date. Sorry, but there are no … Continue reading

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