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Hardened Steel "Dry Point" No. 3 Cutter

by MercArt

This embossing tool has a hardened sharp point, or “dry point” and is designed to cut the edges of metal embossing projects. The Dry Point No. 3 can cut sheets up to 2 mm. thick.

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Hardened Steel "Dry Point" No. 3 Cutter

by MercArt

Average User Rating: Based on (4 Reviews)

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Dyanate Designs from Phoenix, AZ says:

This is a Must-have addition to your metal embossing tools. It is much better than sissors because it makes clean smooth cuts, and much better than an xacto knife for those inside cuts. I place glass...[more]

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Rated by: Dyanate Designs in Phoenix, AZ
This is a Must-have addition to your metal embossing tools. It is much better than sissors because it makes clean smooth cuts, and much better than an xacto knife for those inside cuts. I place glass cabochons in my work, and it actually rolls the pewter edge for a very clean and tidy appearance.I highly recommend this tool for any serious embosser. Excellant quality.
Rated by: Stacey P. in Landenberg, PA
This tool is easy to use for cutting tin coated pewter foil. it comes with a little bit of rubber on the tip--don't forget to take this off! It smoothly cuts where an exacto is more awkward going around curves. I'm glad I upgraded to this over my exacto.
Rated by: Linda C. in Orlando, FL
This tool is more than a little tricky. It does not cut smoothly, but rather hops and jerks. I have tried very hard to use a variety of techniques, but, like the previous reviewer, have had more success with scissors for outside edges. For filigree detail, a very heavy exacto blade provides a smoother cut.
Rated by: Karen M. in Atlanta, GA
This tool is a bit tricky to use, and does not always slide over the metal smoothly. I have had better luck using scissors, then smoothing with a file. I only bother with the quirkiness of this tool when cutting out very small, inside areas.

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