Hi Nat, welcome..Originally Posted by NAT2145
I use a 45mm rotary cutter and make sure my cutting table is not too low. If you are bending over to cut, you will get a backache very quickly.
Place your rotary cutter next to the edge of your ruller and at a 90 degree angle to the table, in other words, standing straight up.. not leaning either direction.
Your other hand should be spread out on top of your ruller, sometimes I leave my little finger trailing off the edge of the ruller to stablize it.
Push down on your cutter, not against the ruller, use the ruller as a guide and cut just until you pass the point where your hand is holding the ruller.
If you need to cut further, stop, holding your cutter in place and walk your hand up the ruller a bit and continue cutting.. repeat this until you have cut the entire length of the cut.
Hope this helps..