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Unread 12-12-2012, 01:26 PM   #26
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I usually do about 8-12 inches at a time when scoring with the 1/16" cut off wheel that way when you go to actually cut, you can take a bigger bite out of the total length you have to go and it kinda helps me psychologically if I can TELL by looking I've made some progress. You could try to cut it freehand without scoring first if you have a super steady hand but even with a super steady hand all it takes is a fraction of a degree off and your line will start veering one way or another off your mark and it is nearly impossible to get back in line where you want to be without making a MESS of things. Much more forgiving and easy to make adjustments if you just score 12 or so inches and cut that and then score out another 12-14" inches or so and etc.
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