Bindu Studio Bottle Cutter

The Bindu Studio Bottle Cutter is designed with the artisan, craftsman and hobbyist in mind. It is a glass bottle cutting tool that will give the user the support and freedom to create a quality score line around most glass bottles and jars. From the one of a kind art endeavor, to the 100 bottle retaining wall, or a simple set of drinking glasses, this bottle cutter has the build and flexibility to assist you with your next glass bottle cutting project.

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Bindu Studio Bottle Cutter

Sturdy Construction
Body and Lifts are 8 Gauge Aluminum - .125" Thick
Center Rod is Steel - .375" Diameter

This strength keeps the tool from bending or twisting, allowing the cutting wheel to stay on track.

Adjustable Length and Width

The 12" center rod can be accurately adjusted for length and will support those tall wine bottles.
Adjustable width allows this bottle cutter to hold a gallon jug or the neck of a bottle with equal stability.

Hand Adjustable
All Bottle Cutter Adjustments Can be Made by Hand
No tools neccesary to change any setting. All adjustments are easy and take only seconds.

Can Score Odd Shaped Bottles
Can Score Bottom Section of a Bottle

Elevated rollers, adjustable and interchangabele lifts, give this bottle cutter needed flexibility.

Horizontal Scoring Position
Bottle is Supported on Rollers Horizontally
This allows for good stability and even pressure during rotation, which helps produce a quality score line.

Stable Design
Keeps Tool in Balance
The wide stance and the added full front support keep the bottle cutter from tipping or rocking,
regardless of the length or the width of the bottle that is being scored.

BC -Turret
6 Wheel Glass Cutter Turret
Holds 6 steel glass scoring wheels, when dull simply turn the numbered turret to the next wheel.
Knurled thumb screw adjustment.

ÓIK Delrin Rollers

Stainless Steel Hardware
Stainless Steel Ball Bearings
Delrin Acetal Wheels


Bindu Studio Bottle Cutting 101

Be Sure to Read the .PDF Instruction Guide
on How to Cut Glass Bottles.


Bindu Studio Bottle Cutter Bulletin Board

Notes Project Ideas Photos


bindu studio bottle cutter

Visit Your Local Recycling Center

For an Endless Supply
and Diversity of Free Bottles !

About 41 billion glass containers are produced in the U.S. each year. Of the glass containers produced each year, 55 percent are clear, 38 percent are amber and 7 percent are green or blue. Glass makes up 6.6 percent by weight and 1.5 percent by volume of the nation's solid waste stream. All of these bottles and jars are recyclable! The energy saved from recycling one glass bottle can run a 100-watt light bulb for four hours or a compact fluorescent bulb for 20 hours. It also causes 20% less air pollution and 50% less water pollution than when a new bottle is made from raw materials. A modern glass bottle would take 4000 years or more to decompose and even longer if it's in the landfill. If recycled glass is substituted for half of the raw materials, the waste is cut by more than 80%. According to the U.S. EPA the average American generates 82 pounds of glass per year; the average glass bottle weighs 8 ounces. For every ton of crushed glass (cullet) used in the manufacturing process, 1.2 tons of raw materials are saved. Recycling one ton of glass saves about nine gallons of fuel oil. Glass produced from recycled materials reduces related air pollution by 20 percent and water pollution by 50 percent. Manufacturing glass from recycled materials also saves 68 percent energy and half the water normally required in the manufacturing process. Glass is 100% recyclable and can be used again and again.

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