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dfenley

09:46AM | 10/26/03
Member Since: 10/25/03
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Yesterday, a guy came to install vinyl in my kitchen. He used a pair of miter shears to cut the quarter round. What a wonderful, time saving tool! Clean cutting, straight or miter, sharpenable blade.

His had no brand identification on it. He said he got it through the internet. I did a search and found one from the Robert Larson company (model 815-1000), but nobody anywhere seems to have one in stock. Can anybody help me find one? By Larson or anybody else.

toolcen2

04:18PM | 10/26/03
Member Since: 09/10/03
67 lifetime posts
THIS IS A TOOL USED IN PICTURE FRAMING IT IS CALLED A POOTATUCK LION MITER-TRIMMER.
IT IS A PROFESSIONAL TOOL USED TO CUT SMOOTH CUTS,MITERS IN EXPENSIVE PICTURE FRAMES. THE COST IS APROX 350.00 .

dfenley

09:51PM | 10/26/03
Member Since: 10/25/03
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Thanks. I found the POOTATUCK you mentioned on the Web. Looks like a fine device for making frames.

However, the miter shears my vinyl guy used looked like a pair of pruning shears, about 8 inches long: a one-hand operation. The cost is around $65--if they can be found.

toolcen2

04:30PM | 10/27/03
Member Since: 09/10/03
67 lifetime posts
this may have been a pair of pvc ratcheting cutters. they will cut aprox 1 in pvc and look like a pair of pruning shears. they sell for aprox 24.95
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