GF> When I cut with a small saw, like a hand-help x-acto saw, the cuts are GF> too "coarse", i.e. too much material is removed. The resulting gap GF> can be upwards of 3/64", sometimes more. GF> GF> When you folks that cut plastic do so and don't want to lose a lot of GF> material along the way, what are you using?
I measure 'long' and sand to the exact length needed. Yeah, you waste some plastic, but such is life. I'm assuming you are talking about things like structural shapes (I-beams, H-columns, etc.). Thin sheets can be cut without wastage with an X-acto knife.
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