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A Cutting Tool

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  • A Cutting Tool

    Miter Cuts in soft Material like Wood, Plastic, Aluminum, & Styrene can be a challenge for me at times, so when I seen this tool in a Model Magazine I knew I wanted one. I checked around and my Friend Dave at Last Cavalry had them in stock and for the best price I could find.

    The New RP-CUTR came out with miter cutter platform that is just a breeze to use. A Anodized Aluminum cut table, with built in cutting mat. I tried it out on some 1/16" aluminum rod stock and made a perfect 45 angle cut with out mushing the Rod. I think I will find many uses for this sucker.
    What one Man can do, YOU can do too!

  • #2
    That looks slick! I usually fight through that process using the cutoff tool in my Dremel. I tried finding it on Last Cavalry's site, but with no luck. I don't suppose you have a link to it, do you?



    • #3
      I do but it will not let me Past it in there! so I entered it manualy

      Look on Page 3 Modeling Tools, Drills, Knives Etc...

      What one Man can do, YOU can do too!


      • #4
        Not sure it could be the Site hiccup you guys were talking about?
        What one Man can do, YOU can do too!


        • #5
          Last Cavalry Historical Toys and Hobbies offers a huge selection of modeling paints, Hobby Supplies , Toy Soldiers, Model Kits, Figure Kits, for the Hobbyist and Collector.
          What one Man can do, YOU can do too!


          • #6
            Ok so Im Stupid, but I got it!!
            What one Man can do, YOU can do too!


            • #7
              Awesome! Thanks, Brian!