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  1. CobaltBlue
    02-18-2020 12:42 PM - permalink
    CobaltBlue
    I have found with my guillotine cutter (small WRMK) and my paper trimmer (SU - old model) that I will get a nice cut if I make sure I have my paper evenly lined up against the ruler's edge at the top and cut slowly and steadily while holding down the plastic guard.&nbsp; I move my hand safely along the guard while maintaining pressure during the cut and I stay pretty even with the blade while cutting.&nbsp; As for my cutters, I bought what I could afford.&nbsp; I think technique contributes a fair amount to successful cutting regardless of brand.&nbsp; Experts can probably cut quickly, but I am no expert and taking my time works best for me.&nbsp; I hope if you try this it works for you too.&nbsp; I know how exasperating it is having to start over, especially when you just want to get on with it even if it is just for fun and relaxation.<br>

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