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Mini Paper Cutter

Mini Paper Cutter

Mini Paper Cutter

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I used a clients mini paper cutter many years ago similar to this one.

I am looking to know which one works best for the T series sets these days if anyone has been using one.

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RE: Mini Paper Cutter

If you're referring to button labels... I just use scissors. :D

I used to use a paper cutter similar in design to this, but for some reason it would often randomly start cutting on a slant.

That really got on my nerves and I ditched the paper cutter. I probably should give another paper cutter a try sometime...

The Fiskars unit you linked to looks much better-designed than the one I had. I've seen people in the education field use that style of cutter with success.

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