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need wall mount or some type of cutter

Discussion in 'Product and Supplier Referrals' started by aaronJREgraphics, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. aaronJREgraphics

    aaronJREgraphics Member

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    Im looking for a wall mounted or stand up panel cutter that will cut hard substrates such as dibond as well as non rigid substrates....i am aware of the kootoo but it didnt really sound like it would cut dibond and more rigid substrates. I obviously cut all my hard substrates with my table saw set up but i make a lot of dibond signs ranging in sizes from 10"x10" to 4'x4' and i need a faster more efficent way to cut my substrates. Any help would be appreciated thanks!
     
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    eahicks Very Active Member

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  4. dukebrown

    dukebrown If they let me make it, they will come

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    I like that, I hate the max metal shavings all over the outside of the shop and right now I am using a long T-sqaure and clamps to cut my other materials with much frustration and slipage issues. Thanks. But next years budget.
     
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    The kootoo cutter people are merchant members i believe.

    Did you contact them and ask?

    Have been looking for similar tools but just window shopping for now.
     
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    Maybe a jump shear? Can get small hydraulic shears also. There will be nothing faster or cleaner as long as it makes a decent cut.
    If there is a local HVAC place or fab shop maybe you could check out the cut ability on their shear?
    I'm curious myself...hmmm

    http://www.grizzly.com/products/52-Sheet-Metal-Shear/G5772
     
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