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Re: [terrain] wire cutter

From: Doug Evans <devans@n...>
Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2003 15:31:42 -0600
Subject: Re: [terrain] wire cutter

> I own and enjoy my Woodland Scenics foam cutter.  It plugs into the
so I
> don't have to worry about batteries.
would be the frame you seek; I found drilling down to it painful. Some
people just don't want your money...

> If you have the $$, consider springing for one of the foam factory's
> products.
> They are arguably superior in performance, thought the cost reflects

My best friend LOVES his, after I had invested in a couple of the far
versatile blue-green handled beasties, the name of which illudes me. The
Foam Factory 'starter kit' is US$5 less than the comparable Woodland
Scenics, right?

However, I would really like a 'table' model as I also want to do fairly
large pieces. I think Model Mart has 'em, but REALLY pricey...

Whoops, just found:
Oh, right, like I've got a spare US$900 lying round the homestead.

For DYI, Woodland Scenics has the heavy gauge wire.

Or, follow this person, and NEVER USE NICHROME... *shrug*

Natch, somebody has this and more on some Yahoo group, but I don't go


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