You were dead on, JW.Originally Posted by jwelectric
It only worked as advertised if you were cutting a long piece and scored it just perfectly. That was only about 25% of the cuts. I should have taken the $40.00 and invested it in a nicer hacksaw.
Now, it'll just be a spare copper tubing cutter.
On the bright side, I love my new Ideal EMT bender.
Oh yeah...I remember those things.
I keep them to use in a pinch but generally cut everything with a sawsall these days.
A tubing cutter woun't leave a ridge if you don't cutt all the way thru. Go about 2/3 thru and snap it of. Sawzall is much quicker though.