Studio Pro dry-wheeled glass cutter is engineered for those who prefer cutting without oil. To guarantee your next glass cutting experience is successful, choose Studio Pro Steel-Wheeled Glass Cutter.
Cutter features a carbide steel wheel, axle and cutting head. Use the "tapper ball" at the end to help run the score.
The Perfect Score
To hold the glass cutter, place your thumb on the backside of the cutting wheel. Place your middle and index fingers on the front, similar to holding a pen. Your thumb and fingers should be positioned just above the cutting wheel. For more control place your free hand in the same position.
Line up the cutting wheel with the intended score line at a slight downward angle, apply moderate pressure to the cutting wheel and push away. A good score begins at one edge of the glass and runs to the other edge. It should look like a piece of hair on the glass. If it looks like salt, you’ve pressed too hard.