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Thread: jerry cutter
09-05-2006, 05:09 PM #1Professional Member
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does anyone have a jerry cutter, do you like it ?
09-05-2006, 06:17 PM #2
For some reason I was a bit dissapointed to not see some guy laying down there with his Jerry curl getting cut off lol.
I've used a cutter similar (home built, and on a bench) and it worked awesome. Doesn't seem like one would be hard to build from a dolly and a few spare parts laying around. Be sure to go buy a new pizza cutter, ya might get in trouble if you steal the one from home."If you call that hard work, a koalas life would look heroic."
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09-05-2006, 06:29 PM #3
Does the blonde come with it?
Looks like a nice tool- I saw one at the AHR show. Problem is, it is something else to lug around in the truck and drag out to the job.
If I am insulating, I usually do it on the floor anyways. Most of the jobs I have done would not warrant the time saved from the cutter because the amount of duct insulated is small.
They could make it better by having a measuring roller built in.Proper Prior Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance
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09-06-2006, 12:47 AM #4Be sure to go buy a new pizza cutter, ya might get in trouble if you steal the one from home.
(not really, but that sounded good.)