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Getting a better chop

January 28 2005 at 2:03 PM
  (Login tedpaone)
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Response to little help with chopper2 ?

A key to using the chopper is to not obstruct the movement of either end of the rod when chopping. Once I set the length with the triangle stop, I remove it (actually I have taped the triangle to the chopper so I just flip it up) and without holding either end I cut half way through, rotate the rod and cut again. Both sides are free to move so the angle is usually minimal.

 
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