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Discussion in 'Growing Areas' started by rtsingleton, Aug 28, 2011.
Anyone have previous experience and a good tool for the job?
Food quality scissors.
I use a box cutter. It kills the blades pretty quickly, but blades are cheap. If you have access to a bandsaw, I hear that's pretty good also.
I use a 10" power miter saw for 6" cuts and smaller; and a pair of tin snips for longer cuts.
I use my big black ****
Huh, weird, it censored "hack saw"
Band saw did not make the move with me to LA, I've got a good pair of snips that I'll try... and what a weird censor!
This is funny, Tanner. Did it occur to you to ask me?
For long cuts, I use a carbide-tipped table saw. Short cuts, as serrated knife - the finer the serrations the better.
I have also used a hot-wire cutter, and a box cutter, but it does eat blades, like Jon said.
of course it did Ray, I figured you would post in here as well. I figured also this way I would get some other info from people who had used it
After trying a few different tools I've settled on tin snips as the easiest for me. I usually have them on hand for cutting wire anyway. Power tools, while much faster, seem to create a lot more plastic 'dust' that's a pain to clean up.