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      Quote Originally Posted by RidTheKid View Post
      I use and can recommend these as well. They make it easy to cut the rubber flush with blade edge or cut leaving a little overhang.
      I tried using a Stanley/craft knife but due to lack of practice and patience much prefer the revolution no3 scissors.

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      How much does that machine cost. It is pretty cool.
      Spin Everything.

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      Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl View Post
      How much does that machine cost. It is pretty cool.
      No idea. The OP that posted this in 2011 said it was available on Taobao but I couldn't find the listing now.

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      I would also add that it goes much easier if I don't close completely the scissor. I try to cut from fully open to middle position of the scissors. From time to time I sharpen the scissors by cutting some rough sand paper...

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      CUT THE RUBBER LIKE A BOSS.

      New product. This pocket size cutter allows rubber sheet to be cut off with a regular hangover up to 3 mm all along the blade edge.
      Dimo Ovtcharov is reportedly using the such one.



      Be happy.


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      He he

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      Quote Originally Posted by igorponger View Post
      New product. This pocket size cutter allows rubber sheet to be cut off with a regular hangover up to 3 mm all along the blade edge.
      Dimo Ovtcharov is reportedly using the such one.
      More overhang because of the thicker scissor blades? Must be perfect if you are boosting and remove the rubbers all the time, I guess.

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      DO is really making sure no one can see the blade plies

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      I brake the old part of the blade every time I am going to cut a new pair of rubbers and it goes like through butter

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      Another vote for the Revolution 3 scissors, which were recommended to me by Rob @ Affordable Table Tennis.

      One time I misplaced the Revolutions and used slightly smaller no-name curved manicure scissors, thinking they'd do the same job because they looked similar - nope, it was like a mouse had nibbled at the edges of the rubber.

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      Quote Originally Posted by whocarez View Post
      More overhang because of the thicker scissor blades? Must be perfect if you are boosting and remove the rubbers all the time, I guess.
      Because of the big domed knob, I guess.

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      +1 on the nail scissors. I use a pair of regular scissors for a general outline and the nail scissors for the details.

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      Quote Originally Posted by LucasMcCaine View Post
      i got these ,that i use to cut the lexan car bodies of my rc cars , i havent tried it yet ,because i use a blade and its working fine ,but i will try these on the next rubber
      Xiom has a scissors just like this
      i tested one, it is very sharp and easy to cut.
      however I still prefer my special craft blade, where I have still hundreds of blade in stock, I can still cut thousands of bats before I need to find another solution or just topup on the blades
      BYE BYE

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      is a surgical scalpel is better compare to scalpel that can be bought in a bookstore?

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      I have scalpels, special angeled scissors , cutters etc... but Olfa h-1 25mm utility knife with carbon hbb-5 blades is the ultimate answer.
      Just Google it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by igorponger View Post
      CUT THE RUBBER LIKE A BOSS.

      New product. This pocket size cutter allows rubber sheet to be cut off with a regular hangover up to 3 mm all along the blade edge.
      Dimo Ovtcharov is reportedly using the such one.



      Be happy.

      Hmmm
      interesting .... i`m always cutting 1-2mm border so this is interesting ...
      Any link ?
      Revolution are ok but not worth the price ... for example they are to dull to fix wrong cutting

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      Quote Originally Posted by RidTheKid View Post
      + 1 for this. Best scissors I've used to cut rubbers. Just need to stay flush with the blade when cutting. Im thinking of getting a backup pair it's that good.

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      I use a store-branded snap off 18mm utility knife to cut the rubbers for the setups I sell - I've found it gives a clean cut which looks professional.

      Process may seem long winded if you're not actually selling on the bat though!
      1. Add a drop or two of oil on the cutting edge
      2. Cut lightly around the blade to 'mark' the sponge
      3. Cut through the sponge
      4. Cut through the rubber.

      So, all in all, three cuts for each rubber. Interested to see how other sellers do their cuts and naturally will be interested to know if using a scissors can get the same results in less time!

      Attached some examples of previous cuts.
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      Curious about the thin aspect. I've usually found my cuts to be much more precise with an 18mm blade than with a 9mm one because the latter is more 'wobbly' and it's more difficult for me to do a clean cut.

      Having said that, I do agree it's important that the cutting blade is flexible enough to curve around the blade, otherwise you'd likely end up with jagged edges.

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