Ease of Cutting
I took the instructions, complete with details for components, down to the hardware store. A gentleman shuffled around and helped me locate everything I needed. I built the cutter myself. My husband was impressed. The only change I made was to use a heavy brass knob for the handle. Because I wanted to use the cutter with my daughter, who is autistic and has mild cerebral palsy in her hands, the added weight was a bonus. Kerry was able to score the glass by herself using almost no pressure. Then she snapped a glass strip. Wow! She was ecstatic. The only other tools I need are some jigs to help her line up the glass for specific widths of cuts. Thanks Paul!