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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazz View Post
    Scissors are definitely out
    Why? How many do you have to cut? You could get a pair of those Kevlar scissors, I thought Kevlar was abrasive also. Maybe even have the scissors coated with TiALN or something similar, the cost should be minimal.

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    What type of press did you use, I will be cutting 6x9 sheets of scotch-brite pads and looking for a manual press

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    Quote Originally Posted by awhiteman28 View Post
    What type of press did you use, I will be cutting 6x9 sheets of scotch-brite pads and looking for a manual press
    Used Lucris Clicker Die Press | HGR Industrial Surplus

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    Rereading this thread, I would bet that a paper cutter would do just fine. They work fast and they come with fences.

    As for it getting dull, sharpen it a few times and then toss it and get a new one.

    Oh, I forgot. Now-a-days they have fancy ones with rotary cutters. Just get a bunch of cutters and replace them when they get dull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milacron View Post
    I know... just thought that term silly for something that always has two components. I probably say it as well. Even sillier term for pants unless the first trousers invented covered only one leg.
    1-legged pants would be a "skirt" or "kilt".


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