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Re: [teacherartexchange] Buying a paper cutter

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go4art_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Thu Aug 23 2007 - 17:01:26 PDT


I agree. I also prefer blade/guillotine style but we can not have them anywhere students might use! I have a couple different size rotary ones in the room and the other stashed for me to use :-)
creatively, Linda in Oregon

I'd get a 30" x 30" or larger and as expensive as you can afford. I prefer
the blade ones
unless you're cutting precision stuff like trimming photos--rotary is great for that) I
usually
am cutting bunches of paper into specific sizes for a project. I keep my paper cutter on
the
top of my desk--I use it all the time and stash stuff underneath for a SYA file.

I got the ok to buy a new paper cutter for my
> art room. Does anyone have opinions on which ones are the best to buy?

> Is rotary better than the guillotine style? Thanks! Juli
 

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