glass-cutter


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  • noun

Synonyms for glass-cutter

someone who cuts or grinds designs on glass

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someone who cuts flat glass to size

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The primary tools he uses for the job are a special knife to cut the lead cane, a glass-cutter, a pair of grozing pliers to trim the glass and a soldering iron.
Score along the front of the mirror with a glass-cutter and then, using the cutter handle, gently tap along the cut lines on the reverse side of the mirror and slice through the sticky safety backing with a Stanley knife.
Score along the front of the mirror with a glass-cutter then, using the cutter handle, gently tap along the cut lines on the reverse side of the mirror and slice through the sticky safety backing with a Stanley knife.
Night In high spirits raised by absinthe and gin, the two jokers went to work just after midnight, sneaking from the moonlit Adelphi Hotel START: The Adelphi equipped with a glass-cutter and other tools of the burglar's trade, and within the hour they had entered Mr Emidy's Anatomy Museum, where a banner proclaimed, "Man Know Thyself" stretching across a hall filled with 450 detailed wax models depicting every disgusting infection, disease and medical condition that the organs of humans are heir to.
After working on this project for more than 100 hours with master glass-cutter Peter O'Rourke, Timothy Carder, Lenox Vice President of Design, handed over the stunning pieces of craftsmanship at an intimate ceremony held on Capitol Hill.