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Thread: Rotary Cutting Equipment from Grace Company

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    Rotary Cutting Equipment from Grace Company

    http://www.graceframe.com/site/rotarycutting

    I had no idea that they made any rotary cutting equipment or rulers.

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    that is where i got my frame for long arming. but didnt know they had
    rotary cutting equipment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray View Post
    http://www.graceframe.com/site/rotarycutting

    I had no idea that they made any rotary cutting equipment or rulers.
    Aren't they just vendors or resellers of this product? I don't see anywhere that they produced or made this equipment.

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    The rotary cutter in the picture at that link has their name on it.

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    I love these rulers and cutter and so does DH. He does most of cutting or we do it together. There is no chance of cutting variables by tipping the rotary ruler etc. The cutter rides on a plastic edge on the ruler. We have a nearby LQS that we found that carries them. Found the shop on a Shop Hop! Tried them and bought one, now we have them all.
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    A friend bought these for me a couple of years ago. It cut 1/8" larger. During my practice test the rotary cutter fell apart and I had to put it back together and it never worked right again. I found that the ruler was hard to read. It had to much goin on, to many markings and to many holes in it. So I regifted to a needy quilter and they too hated it and tossed it in the trash.

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    WOW, 1/8 off that is a lot in the quilting world. I was really looking at buying a set but now I am second guessing it

    Quote Originally Posted by leatheflea View Post
    A friend bought these for me a couple of years ago. It cut 1/8" larger. During my practice test the rotary cutter fell apart and I had to put it back together and it never worked right again. I found that the ruler was hard to read. It had to much goin on, to many markings and to many holes in it. So I regifted to a needy quilter and they too hated it and tossed it in the trash.

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