P.E. CUTTING TOOL

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  1. fubar57

    fubar57 Well-Known Member

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    An interesting tool but it got me to thinking any straight edge, such as a 6" steel rule rule would work as long as the P.E. fret is secure underneath,something I'll try the next time I use P.E.

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    I'll save my money. I use a #10 x-acto blade and cut the fret on a granite tile. Masking tape on the fret prevents the part from flying away.
     
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