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 Posted: Mon Feb 21st, 2011 09:57 pm
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W C Greene



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Titus-I have one of those circle cutters, bought at the local Hobby Town, maybe Hobby Lobby, etc. have them. 
It does work as advertised, however, the tiny blade tends to wiggle on styrene. 
I think the thing is made for crafters, etc. and used on cardboard and maybe thin wood. 
I think it was made by OLFA (?) and cost about 3.95 a few years ago. 
Look in the Micro Mark catalog, they have curved blades, etc. that would do the job.
Whatever you choose, Herb's technique is the way...cut close and carefully sand/file excess away.

                Woodie





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