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Old Dec 03, 2004, 08:42 AM
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Thanks for the tips and WOW!! You must be a machinist or a surgeon to have that steady of a hand! Congrats! Seriously though, thank you for the tips and heads-up on cutting tools. I have a medical supply store located in the next town over, and will take a trip thought there this weekend to see what I can find. I have been using regular cutting knife blades, but only because I had a ton of them. From either doing home repairs or restoration work on one of me cars, those blades always came in handy, and I purchase a case of them on eBay sometime ago. I always wondered it there really was a difference in the "sharpness" of the blades, and from your pictures have visual proof (not much more needed after seeing that!) of exactly how much BETTER the cuts can be with other blades!

Thanks again and beautiful work!!

Take care and have a GREAT WEEKEND!

Good on ya!
~MyDeSoto~ aka Clay Wood
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