I am going to do some decorative work with thin copper sheeting. When you get into the really thin stuff, like about as thick as matchbook paper, is there an easy way to accurately cut it? The pieces would be cut at right angles. I know I can use snips, but that leaves a slight ridge, and I never can get a really straight cut. On some decorative items, I will just have to use snips of various sorts until I get the right combination.
Would a heavy duty paper cutter do the deed? Might still leave a small ridge, but that could be hammered down. Anyone have any experience with this?