Need Perfect Consistent Paper Cutter

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  1. twinphotography

    twinphotography TPF Noob!

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    I am in desperate need of a consistent paper cutter. I have an old arm cutter that is just not "cutting" it anymore. I have tried a couple others, but am not happy with the results.

    Is there one someone could suggest that they just love? Thanks.:thumbup:

    Stacy
     
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    Sideburns TPF Noob!

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    Get one of those ones that use a wheel that you push down and slide. My mom has one, and it's great for cutting all kinds of pictures. They're cheap too, so replacing it isn't so bad.
     
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    Ya i would also recommend using one with a wheel blade. My school has one and its much more accurate than the arm ones. Its also very fast being able to line it up on a plastic guide it has and just zipping the blade down.
     
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    Try the Rototrim wheel type cutter. They are quite expensive but are
    very precise and if taken care of properly, it will last a lifetime.

    Paul
     
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    Thanks for the advice. :thumbup:

    I have tried a couple wheel ones and just was not comfortable with them. I tried a Fiskars that was about $130- I guess I am just going to have to get used to that type.

    Thanks.
     
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    Another vote for the Rototrim, very accurate, the best I have ever purchased, however they are more expensive
     

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