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glass cutter

[′glas‚kəd·ər]
(engineering)
A tool equipped with a steel wheel or a diamond point used to cut glass.

glass cutter

A hand tool used for scoring or cutting glass; consists of a small, sharp wheel of hardened steel which is set in a handle, or a tool with a diamond point.
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You will need: safety goggles (to keep small debris from getting into your eyes), rubber gloves (to lessen cleanup time after grout work), a grout saw, a small container of tile grout, a grout dye, a glass cutter (or tile scoring tool, available in the tile section), a cold chisel (not a wood-working chisel), a wire brush or pick, toothpicks and masking tape.
13), of about 1745, hears the royal arms and describes him as a "GLASS CUTTER' who 'makes & sells all Sorts of Curious Cut Glass, such as Cruets, Castors, Salts ...
Specific directions on glass cutter usage, including scoring and breaking procedures, are also of value.
Ask veteran framers for a list of "must-have equipment" for the frame shop, and they name the usual suspects: a matcutter, mounting press, underpinner, wall-mounted glass cutter and a chopper or saw.
He goes on: "All you need for this simple job is an electric mitre saw, a router, saw bench, six-speed 2000rpm lathe, a pedestal drill, a pneumatic nail gun and a diamond-tipped glass cutter." In other words, you must spend the equivalent of Senegal's national debt on tools to save pounds 2.99.
Naples' Mary Beth Clary was recently presented with the ABA Section of Business Law's Ninth Annual Glass Cutter Award.
He must find money, visit the glass cutter, schlep heavy pane on foot through rain and wind, and install it himself.
The cutouts ore placed on sheets of coloured glass and traced with a glass cutter. When the glass is snapped, it breaks neatly along the lines made by the glass cutter.
When purchasing a glass cutter, follow the recommendation of a stained-glass supplier, who may let you experiment with a few different types before buying one.
When officers, led by Sgt Dave Clarke, arrived at the scene they found the pair inside in possession of the glass cutter used to get in.
Broken glass was outside the back window and the pair had a glass cutter with them.