Studio Bottle Cutter ™
Bindu Studio Bottle Cutter ™ is designed
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
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
glasses, this bottle cutter has the build and flexibility to
assist you with your next glass bottle cutting project.
Studio Bottle Cutter ™
and Lifts are 8 Gauge Aluminum - .125" Thick
Center Rod is Steel - .375" in Diameter
strength keeps the tool from bending or twisting, allowing the cutting
wheel to stay on track.
Length and Width
9" threaded center rod will hold those tall wine bottles.
5 width adjustments, this bottle cutter will support a gallon jar or
the neck of a bottle with equal stability.
Cutter Adjustments Can be Made by Hand
tools neccesary to change any setting. All adjustments are easy and
take only seconds.
Can Cut Odd
Cut Neck Area of Bottles
rollers, adjustable and interchangabele lifts, gives this bottle cutter
Supported on Rollers Horizontally
rotation, feel and control of the glass bottle as it is being scored.
in Place / Optional Use
toggle rotates down over the lip of your cutting table, keeping the
bottle in position while cutting
by allowing pressure to be exerted toward the back of the
Glass Cutter Turret
6 steel glass cutter wheels, as they dull simply turn the numbered
turret to the next wheel.
Steel Ball Bearings
'Bindu Studio Bottle Cutting 101'
Be Sure to Read the .PDF Instruction Guide
on How to Cut Glass Bottles and Jars.
Posted on our Website.
Your Local Recycling Center
an Endless Supply
Diversity of Free Bottles !
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
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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