Catch-Ring Upgrade Kit for PROCONTROL Cutter


Catch-Ring Upgrade Kit for ProControl Mosaic Glass Cutter Model 32014

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Catch-Ring Upgrade Kit for ProControl Mosaic Glass Cutter Model 32014 does NOT fit our regular Mosaic Glass Cutter. The kit allows the user to install rubber catch rings under the blades of our ProControl Mosaic Glass Cutter. The catch rings hold the cutting during and after the cut. This upgrade is not required but is preferred by many users. The traditional method of catching cuttings was to hold the cutting tool in a basin or with the user’s free hand caged around the cut.

Product Specifications for Catch-Ring Upgrade Kit for PROCONTROL Cutter

The Catch-Ring Upgrade Kit contains 2 pieces of each part, sufficient for installing catch rings on 1 PROCONTROL Cutter.

  • 2x Oil-Resistant Buna-N O-Ring, 5 mm Wide, 11 mm ID
  • 2x 18-8 Stainless Steel Oversized Washer for M6 Screw, 18 mm OD
  • 2x 18-8 Stainless Steel Washer for M6 Screw Size, 6.4 mm ID, 12 mm OD
  • 2x Alloy Steel Button Head Hex Drive Screws, Blue-Dyed Zinc-Plated, M6 x 1 mm Thread, 20 mm Long

Note that the kit does NOT include replacement blades.

Safety and Cutting Tile

  • Always wear safety glasses with side shields when using the cutters.
  • Make sure that you don’t cut glass around people who are not wearing safety glasses. Flying chips could potentially hit their eyes as easily as yours.
  • Never use a mosaic glass cutter to cut materials other than glass, especially hard porcelain. The wheel-shaped blades can shatter. Cutting materials other than glass also ruins the precision of the cutters!
  • Be aware that cutting glass tile can produce sharp tiny slivers. Never sweep off a work surface with your bare hand. Use a vacuum or counter brush.

How To Make Mosaics

For more advice on designing your mosaic project or mounting, cutting, and grouting tile, please see our page of Mosaic Frequently Asked Questions or our Mosaic Information Guide, which lists instructional pages described by topic. We also post new articles about making mosaics at our How to Mosaic Blog.

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