glass cutter

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Synonyms for glass cutter

someone who cuts or grinds designs on glass


Related Words

someone who cuts flat glass to size

a tool for cutting glass

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He is the glass cutter and not the terrorist, spare him," shouted one of the protesters who had got hold of Naeem while he was locking his motorcycle soon after the twin blasts at Youhanabad churches on Sunday.
Across the road, Mr Jack Mansfield manager of Baggetts Footwear shop, surveyed the damage - indiscriminate markings on the side of the shop premises - and said: "It looks as though it's been done with a glass cutter.
Antinarella graduated from Leicester High School and worked as a glass cutter at American Optical Co.
Woodall was the best cameo glass cutter this country has ever produced and I estimate this should fetch between pounds 20,000 and pounds 30,000.
And as direct descendants of freeman George Henry Copley, a master glass cutter in York, Nancy was given the go-ahead to take up her right.
Decorative tiles with interesting patterns, textures or colors can be used as a design element that will add interest to an otherwise drab affair, The most effective way to remove the damaged tile is to drill a small hole in its center and use a glass cutter to score the surface from corner to corner in both directions.
When the note wouldnAAEt come out easily, he took a glass cutter and opened the bottleAAEs bottom.
The SMP40 includes a number of carefully considered design features to enhance the user' s experience: a safety hood which protects samples and acts as a light shield, a capillary storage drawer with integral glass cutter, and a handy storage area for pre-prepared samples.
The men acquired maps, studied video of the property, made at least two reconnaissance trips and carried a wide range of equipment, including wire snips for the alarm system, duct tape, a glass cutter and tools to break out auto glass, Matthews said.
Skillfully destroying as well as building, the two artists followed the irregular and casual line of the tear inflicted on the paper, working patiently with a glass cutter and a saw.
With a change of job to glass cutter and the support of his family, Jim knew the odds were on his side, especially with Lynne preparing all his meals.
Glass cutter from craft shops for around pounds 30 or www.
Monce is more-or-less credited for this idea, which started out as a simple glass cutter.
You will need: safety goggles (to keep small debris from getting into your eyes), rubber gloves (to lessen cleanup time after grout work), a grout saw, a small container of tile grout, a grout dye, a glass cutter (or tile scoring tool, available in the tile section), a cold chisel (not a wood-working chisel), a wire brush or pick, toothpicks and masking tape.
An inexpensive glass cutter, glass, and a kiln with a pyrometer got my class started.