This coarse, saw-type cutter cuts on both the push stroke and pull stroke, and is preferred for cutting the outline of the pattern and the master lines. Being 60 degrees, it is very sharp and more easily stays in the scribed lines. A master line cut with a 60 degree cutter is slightly deeper than one cut with a 90 degree cutter and is thus easier to follow with the line spacing tool. This cutter can also be used to deepen the laid out lines, however a 90 degree file-type cutter is more often used. A new handle attachment pin is included.
Used to cut a shallow groove over a scribed mark or pencil line.
Cuts in either direction, pull or push stroke.
The 60 degree cuts faster with a wider groove, the 90 degree cuts deeper.
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