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Old 03-10-2005, 10:27 AM   #1
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Has anyone used this product, and what is your opinion on it?

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It's nice...I've got one. Only complaint is, the slotting/cutting disk is VERY thin. Tough to make a good slot in it. Anyone find something better to use?

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It's nice...I've got one. Only complaint is, the slotting/cutting disk is VERY thin. Tough to make a good slot in it. Anyone find something better to use?

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Dr- have you had problems with the slotting/cutting disk?

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No problems with it...it's just thin. Less than a mm I would bet. I have tought about getting a couple of them and stack them.
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I use a dremel cut off wheel instead of the metal one that comes with it and it works alot better, you just have to do a little work to fit it on there. As far as the serrator side I don't like it at all, atleast mine don't cut that well.
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I agree. The serrator is worthless. You're better of getting a Fussy Brush.
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I agree. The serrator is worthless. You're better of getting a Fussy Brush.
I like it very much. I do use a dremel disk like others mentioned. I have never had a problem with the serrator either. It works great!
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