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AGPtek Long Glass Bottle Cutter Machine Cutting Tool For Wine Bottles, Suit for LONG Bottle (Green)

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Brief Introduction
Recycle glass bottles and jars and create functional art at the same time! Create your own glass sculptures, sun catchers and ornaments easily with this metal cutter. Sturdier and easier to use than plastic models, this highly durable metal bottle cutter will have you cutting bottles perfectly in 5 easy steps. Simply place your bottle on the support device, apply pressure, and rotate; heat the score over boiled water and cold water alternately bathe three times. Even thick champagne bottles break easily and smoothly.
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Features:
  • CUTTING LENGTH - from bottle bottom to cutting point: 9 inches
  • WORK PERFECTLY. Simply place your bottle on the support device, apply pressure, and rotate; heat the score over boiled water and cold water alternately bathe three times.
  • EASY AND SIMPLE TO USE. Sturdier and easier to use than plastic models, this highly durable metal bottle cutter will have you cutting bottles perfectly in 5 easy steps. This glass bottle cutter takes a bit of time to get used to, but once you've got the hang of it, you'll be able to cut wine bottles up easily.
  • SMOOTHLY CUTTING. The results will amaze you, clean breaks nearly every time. Even thick champagne bottles break easily and smoothly.
  • CREATIVE AND CONVENIENT. It might even make you feel better about all that wines you're drinking and help you do your bit for the environment.
Instructions:
The cutter is a professional tool,here is some tips for using the cutter:

1. Most people could not cut successful at first use,so please take some practice. We have the vedio about how to use the cutter,if you need,please contact us. And you can also find some vedio on the review which is shared by the other customers.
2. Most of the blades of the cutter have not any problem,they can cut well,please be assured that. But please make sure the blade can touch the bottle,if not,please reset the blades.(Picture 8)
3. Please clean out the paper which is sticked to the bottle,it will be easier to cut.
4. Please use it carefully at your first time,the thin glass would easy to broke. The cutter is suitable for 2-8mm glass bottle.

How To Use:

Sturdier and easier to use than plastic models, this highly durable metal bottle cutter will have you cutting bottles perfectly in the following 5 easy steps. This glass bottle cutter takes a bit of time to get used to, but once you've got the hang of it, you'll be able to cut wine bottles up easily.

1. POSITIONING BOTTLE

Bottle is placed lengthwise on Cutter with bottom flush against backstop and resting on the rollers. The position of the backstop and rear rollers determine the point at which you cut the bottle. To adjust length, loosen screw and slide backstop and rollers forward for a shorter cut and backward for a longer cut. To make an extremely shallow cut (for coasters, ash trays, etc.) remove screw from slot and reverse position of backstop. See sketch.

When cutting a bottle or jug of larger diameter (up to a gallon or larger), increase distance between rear rollers and backstop so that bottle rests securely on rollers.

2. ETCHING THE GLASS

Using a round smooth bottle with parallel sides, select the location for the desired cut. Adjust the backstop to this length and place the bottle on the cutter as shown in sketch.

A light etch is all that is required. Apply only slight pressure on the bottle while rotating the bottle toward you with your hands. Not the position of the hands in sketch. To assure an accurate cut, keep the bottle firm against the backstop. Do not allow the bottle to stop turning while scribing the etch. A slight crunching sound will signal the completion of the etch. ONE REVOLUTION OF THE BOTTLE IS ALL THAT IS NECESSARY. Best results are obtained, and damage to the cutter wheel is avoided when the etch is not duplicated. If the etch is properly scribed the ends will meet.

3. HEATING THE ETCH

Before the bottle can be separated, it first must be uniformly heated. Light the candle and slowly rotate the bottle in one direction with the tip of the flame about an eigth of an inch directly under the etch. Usually about three or four revolutions are sufficient.

Then rotate the bottle two or three times at a faster pace to give a final uniform temperature to the glass. The bottle should feel hot to the touch, but not too hot to handle.





4. SEPARATING THE BOTTLE

Place bottle in an upright position and, before te bottle cools, rub an ice cube around the etched line one or more revolutions until the etch becomes a crack. Crack should continue completely around the bottle.

If a slight tug on the two pieces fails to separate them, don't try to force them apart. Return bottle to the candle flame and reheat the etch as in step 3. During this reheating process, you may hear audible "clicks" indicating that the uncracked portions along the etch are now cracking. After heating again, try to separate the two parts once more. Remember, don't use undue force, let the glass work itself free! (Sometimes, it's necessary to repeat the heating and cooling steps several times depending on the thickness of the glass.)




5. SMOOTHING THE EDGE

To prevent chipping, rub the inside and outside edges lightly with a piece of the coarser polishing paper. See sketch. Then, sprinkle a small amount of the polishing powder on a flat, hard surface; a glass or metal pie plate or a piece of window glass works fine. Do not use any surface of value for polishing since the polishing powder will cause scratches. Dip the edge of the glass in water and then place on the polishing surface. Start to grind in a circular motion as shown in sketch. After a short time, the edge of the glass will become perfectly flat and have a dull gray appearance. Again, smooth the inside and outside edges with the polishing paper.

The finer polishing paper should be used to give a final smooth finish. Use water on the paper periodically while polishing.

Helpful Hints:
  • Brush some light machine oil on cutting wheel prior to cutting.
  • The lighter the etch, the better the separation.
  • For best results, keep the candle flame out of drafts.
  • Do not cut over labels.
  • The glass cutting wheel should always be at a right angle to the glass surface
  • When cutter seems dull, loosen cutter screw and turn wheel until new blade is in cutting position.
  • If the bottle has a very large diameter (not under 2 inches) loosen the cutting head screw and re-adjust the cutting wheel so that the top of the cutter fits against the glass.
Packing including:
  • 1x Bottle cutter machine
  • 1x Wrench