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Cutting-Edge Glass Cutters: Unlocking Creative Possibilities

          Hello and welcome to our blog, where we will be delving into the world of glass cutters and showing you the wide variety of glass cutters that can help you realize your creative potential. To get precise and clean cuts in your glass projects, whether you’re a professional glass artist or a do-it-yourself enthusiast, you need to use the perfect glass cutter, each having its own pros and cons. In this article we will go through every glass cutting tools in the market and suggest what we think is best for you. Let’s begin…


Glass cutters are specialized tools designed for scoring and cutting glass with precision. The basic principle behind these cutters is to create a controlled, shallow scratch (score) on the glass surface, weakening it along the desired cut line. The glass is then snapped along the scored line, resulting in a clean break.


Traditionally glass was cut using diamond. Now most of the glaziers prefer to use Tungsten Carbide Wheel glass cutters. Some prefer traditional diamond cutters as well.

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Types of Glass Cutters

You can classify glass cutters in many ways, for example depending up on the cutting material used, thickness of the glass to be cut or shape of the cut required etc.

1. Pencil Grip Glass Cutters

These Glass cutters are handheld glass cutters, where you can hold the cutter like you hold a pen or pencil. Generally there are two types of pen type  glass cutters

   1. Diamond Type

        The functional part will be a small impure diamond. The quality of the cut will depend upon the quality of diamond, Usually there will be no oil reservoir. The oil is actually there to soak into the scored cut and prevents it from self healing. If a score is made dry and not broken or snapped quickly it will actually become harder to break. 

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2. Wheel Type

The functional part will be a small wheel made of either Hardened Steel or Tungsten Carbide. Tungsten carbide wheels last longer and provide cleaner cuts than Hardened steel. Usually have oil reservoir to prevent the glass from healing.

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2. Round Glass Cutters

They are used to cut circles from glass sheets. The cutter head is either made of diamond or tungsten carbide wheel. There will be a vacuum suction head to fix the glass cutter in the center and rotating body with markings and a cutter head usually diamond although Wheel type round glass cutters are also available in the market

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3. T-Type Glass Cutters

T Cutter is used for cutting long straight lines often exceeding 1-2 feet on thicker glass in mass production. Usually has a scale marked in both CM and Inches, Oil tank provides lubrication. Sizes ranges from 2 feet to 6 feet

4. Custom Grip Glass Cutters

These glass cutters have various grips for exerting more pressure. Pistol grip cutters where the grip in the form of a pistol are widely used, however various shapes depending on the application are also widely available in the market. Generally used to cut intricate details rather than straight cuts.

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Mastering the art of glass cutting opens up a world of possibilities for creative expression and practical applications. By understanding the types of glass cutters available, choosing the right tool for the job, and following proper techniques, you can achieve precise and professional-looking results in your glass projects. So, whether you're a hobbyist or a professional, equip yourself with the knowledge and tools needed to cut through the glass with confidence.

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