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Thread: Electric rottery cutter

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    Over the passed few month I have been designing a electric rottery cutter for cutting fabric. I just got the patent on it and working with a company to have it manufactured. I came up with the idea because like me have arthritis in the hands. Hopefully it will be in stores some time early next year.

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    YYYIIIIIPPPEEE!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

    PLEASE KEEP US UP TO DATE ON IT'S RELEASE!!

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    Oh, that sounds interesting! Congrats on the patent!

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    Wonderful. Can't wait to see the finished product! Congratulations.
    Quilters are so incredibly inventive!

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    Super!

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    Wow! This is great for you and us! hehe! Keep us posted!!

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    WAY COOL :!: :!: as the kid all say. you will be $$$$$$$ send pic's or are we going to have to buy one :lol: Love Ya

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    Will it cut straight? he, he,he

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    I can't wait to hear more about this! :D:D:D

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    Congrats on your Patent. I hope to see your finished product in stores. Not being a great rotory cutter myself, perhaps it can make me a better cutter?
    Good Luck
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    Sounds like a great idea. Congrats on the patent.

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    Wow!!! That is so cool that you were able to do something like that. Congratulations!!!!!!

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    Much Congrats to you! Keep us posted. I would love to buy your product. I have trouble with 2 of my fingers thus far that just don't work as well as they should and sometimes not enough to cut through my fabric completely

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    Wow, that sounds interesting. I hope the best results for you. I am just trying to figure out what you could electrify on a rotary cutter. I can't wait to see it.

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    How wonderful. Just what I need. Have lost strength in hands, and have arthriis. Can't wait for it to be available. Congrats on your patent!

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    Good luck!

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    Congrats! What an innovative thinker. Can't wait to see it :)

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    Say, do you need beta testers!!???
    Ahem, ahem...

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    Can't WAIT!

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    Oh goodie! Sign me up! Sounds like a great idea.

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    Good for you!!! :)

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    Sounds interesting, be sure to let us know when it is for sale.

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    This is exciting. I am hoping the best for you (and us when it is manufactured). Keep us up-to-date. Congrats on your patent. Wow, tell us how long you have been working on this, how intricate it must be to do something like this. Brain power plus to you.

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    I will definately be looking for your invention when it comes to market. I have RA in my hands and hardly ever make a complete cut through just one layer of fabric. Good luck and much success with it !

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    Congratulations. Thank you for sharing the good news with us. The best to you. It will have to be a success.

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