Foam Board Circle Cutter by FoamWerks - WA8001
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Foam Board Circle Cutter by FoamWerks - WA8001

Part #: WA8001
Brand: Logan
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  • Cut perfect circles from 1" to 6" (2.5cm to 15.25cm) diameters.
  • 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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The Foam Board Circle Cutter by FoamWerks can cut perfect circles from 1" to 6" (2.5cm to 15.25cm) diameters. 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. The circle cutter includes five blades. Use 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" (2.5cm to 15.25cm) diameters.
  • 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

FoamWerks Circle Cutter

Transcript: To use the FoamWerks circle cutter, first install the blade. Loosen the knob and remove the beam from the center of the machine. On the end of the beam, you will find the blade holding knob and the blade cover. Remove both of these. Place a single blade onto the blade block going the same direction as the imprint on the plastic. Then replace the blade cutter. Now replace the beam into the center of the machine. To determine the diameter of the circle to be cut, loosen the knob and find the scale on the side of the beam. Use this scale to set the diameter of the circle to be cut. When ... Read More
To use the FoamWerks circle cutter, first install the blade. Loosen the knob and remove the beam from the center of the machine. On the end of the beam, you will find the blade holding knob and the blade cover. Remove both of these. Place a single blade onto the blade block going the same direction as the imprint on the plastic. Then replace the blade cutter. Now replace the beam into the center of the machine. To determine the diameter of the circle to be cut, loosen the knob and find the scale on the side of the beam. Use this scale to set the diameter of the circle to be cut. When using the FoamWerks circle cutter, always see you have a scrap piece of foam board under the foam board you are cutting. Determine the center of the circle by making a reference mark. Now place the FoamWerks circle cutter with the centering pin on top of the mark you made. To operate the circle cutter, turn the handle to the right and listen for the blade as it cuts through the foam board and slightly into the scrap foam board underneath. When finished, always remember to rewind the tool before setting it aside. The foam board circle cutter can cut circles from 1” up to 6”.

Questions & Answers

Asked by bruno
Thank you for your question. The Foam Board Circle Cutter by FoamWerks would not be able to cut something as dense as Kaiser foam.

Answered by MyBinding
7 months ago
Asked by Vanessa
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately the Foam Board Circle Cutter by FoamWerks wlll only work with standard foam board sheets up to 1/2" in thickness and would not be suitable for other types of foam.

Answered by MyBinding
11 months ago
Thank you for your question. The Foam Board Circle Cutter by FoamWerks is specifically designed to work with Foamboard and is not designed to cut heavier material such as card stock or laminated materials.

Answered by Mybinding
1 years and 3 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. The Foam Board Circle Cutter by FoamWerks would not be a good option for corrugated cardboard. It is designed to work specifically with Foam Board.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 2 months ago ago
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately the Foam Board Circle Cutter would not be able to cut through mat board, the material is too dense for this cutter.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 7 months ago ago

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