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    Thanks George, I discovered that with the video sadly.

    Dave really is a nice guy, I get helpful tips from him, he sends jokes with the goods. I just can't fault the man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernie View Post
    Dave really is a nice guy, I get helpful tips from him, he sends jokes with the goods. I just can't fault the man.
    I don't think I have ever heard anyone say anything except wonderful stuff about him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizgeorge View Post
    The metal wastage would also be pretty tear-jerking!
    Most of the wastage from a dremel style cutter can be collected and saved for melting down so nothing really gets wasted
    Goodbye

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    OK, late reply I know but I have been very busy on the photography side and not had time to get back to jewellery. The point is, I received the two new arbours from Dave Arens and the results are amazing.
    I have never ever had such good results from this piece of kit and I'm really happy. Perfect smooth cuts every time with a minimum of wast even on thinner wire.
    In fact, with the site going live in the next week or so I'm incredibly relieved so I'd like to say thanks to all for being so helpful and informative.

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    another late reply here but you can put me in the "dave arens is a very nice chap" gang =D been using a koil kutter for a few months and they are superb. need some new blades though, anywhere to get them in the UK? i guess it must be a pretty standard part.

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    No nowhere to buy them in UK A few sources in the US though and I had been thinking at looking at the mimimum orders. I know George was after some more blades a while back too, so maybe worth us looking into a bulk buy together maybe so we can split custome charges etc? I'd be happy to organise it if anyone's interested.
    Lucinda

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    i'm most definitely up for that =D

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    OK, once I have moved and got myself sorted I will look in to it and be in touch!
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    OK, once I have moved and got myself sorted I will look in to it and be in touch!
    Lucinda

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    Definitely count me in on that as well.

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