Logan COS-Tools Circle Cutter - XTA8001
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Logan COS-Tools Circle Cutter - XTA8001

Part #: XTA8001
Brand: Logan
3 Questions, 3 Answers
  • Cut perfect circles from 1″ to 6″ diameters in suitable Cosplay materials
  • Center depth indicator shows blade progression for board depths from 1/8" to 1/2" (3.1mm to 12.7mm).
  • Features dual inch/metric rail, centering pin, magnetic blade slot and clear acrylic safety dome.
  • Includes five blades. Use replacement blades WA-5 or WA-20.
  • 90 Day Warranty
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Product Description

Cut perfect circles from 1″ to 6″ diameters in suitable Cosplay materials with Logan XTA8001 COS-Tools Circle Cutter. It is equipped with Center Depth Indicator that shows blade progression for suitable material thickness up to 1/2″. It is also featured with dual inch/metric rail, centering pin, magnetic blade slot and clear acrylic safety dome. Note that always use scrap foamboard underlayment for best results. The Logan XTA8001 circle cutter includes five blades and uses replacement blades WA-5 or WA-20.
IMPORTANT: Always use a scrap piece of foam board underneath the piece you are cutting. This is to protect the tool and extend the life of the blades.

Product Details

  • Cut perfect circles from 1″ to 6″ diameters in suitable Cosplay materials
  • Center depth indicator shows blade progression for board depths from 1/8" to 1/2" (3.1mm to 12.7mm).
  • Features dual inch/metric rail, centering pin, magnetic blade slot and clear acrylic safety dome.
  • Includes five blades. Use replacement blades WA-5 or WA-20.
  • 90 Days Warranty

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Demonstration Video

Logan COS-Tools Circle Cutter - XTA8001 Demo Video

Transcript: To load a blade into the Cos-Tool Circle Cutter, first remove the beam, now remove the blade holding knob and the blade cover. Insert one blade onto the blade holder and replace the blade cover and the blade knob. Now replace the beam into the tool. To set the size of the circle, note the scale that is on the beam. This scale is in both metric and inch. Align the side of the beam to the scale mark of the circle desired. When using the cos tool circle cutter, always use foam board underlayment under the foam that you're cutting. You can use a marking tool to indicate the dead center of the circ ... Read More
To load a blade into the Cos-Tool Circle Cutter, first remove the beam, now remove the blade holding knob and the blade cover. Insert one blade onto the blade holder and replace the blade cover and the blade knob. Now replace the beam into the tool. To set the size of the circle, note the scale that is on the beam. This scale is in both metric and inch. Align the side of the beam to the scale mark of the circle desired. When using the cos tool circle cutter, always use foam board underlayment under the foam that you're cutting. You can use a marking tool to indicate the dead center of the circle to be cut. Align the retractable pin on the mark you made to see that the circle is dead center. To cut the circle, turn the crank clockwise. Rotate until you can feel the blade pass through your foam and cut slightly into the foam board underneath. Make sure after every cut rewind the tool to neutral. Visit our website to see the entire Cos-Tool family.

Questions & Answers

If the fabric is rigid, as the Logan COS-Tools Circle Cutter - XTA8001 designed for standard foamboard and similar substrates that can hold themselves flat while being cut.

Answered by MyBinding.com
1 years and 2 months ago ago
Asked by Donna Reiling
Cutting felt would be difficult as the felt would likely bunch up as the blade moves around in a circle. The Logan COS-Tools Circle Cutter - XTA8001 is designed for standard foamboard and similar substrates that can hold themselves flat while being cut.

Answered by MyBinding.com
1 years and 2 months ago ago
Asked by Cheryl
Great question! Yes, this will work with paper material.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 3 months ago ago

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