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Hi folks, I was wondering are there any paper cutters designed just for cutting digital photos? I can print 2 images on a page but need to trim the borders. Looking to see if there were any paper cutters that had 4x6 or 5x7 presets. thx rr...

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    Default Cutters for digital photos?

    Hi folks, I was wondering are there any paper cutters designed just for
    cutting digital photos?

    I can print 2 images on a page but need to trim the borders. Looking to see
    if there were any paper cutters that had 4x6 or 5x7 presets.

    thx
    rr


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    Default Re: Cutters for digital photos?

    In all the years of cutting photographic paper (over 40 years) I have
    never seen a paper cutter preset for common sizes. It has never been a
    problem for me, and I had done it professionally (although not for many
    years now.

    --
    Joseph E. Meehan

    26 + 6 = 1 It's Irish Math


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    In article <bf7ao3$a77$csc.calpoly.edu>,
    "rr" <edu> wrote:
     

    Get a rotary paper trimmer at your local office supply store. Get the
    kind that has a magnetic bar that stops the paper. You can cut all of
    one dimension and then set it to cut the other dimension.

    Ones of good enough quality are around $50.

    --
    Charlie Dilks
    Newark, DE USA
    Charlie Guest

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    I saw some at Staples. A lady was setting up a display when I saw them.
    Around 20 to 40 dollars, depending on what you choose.
    "Charlie D" <net> wrote in message
    news:fu-berlin.de... 
    >
    > Get a rotary paper trimmer at your local office supply store. Get the
    > kind that has a magnetic bar that stops the paper. You can cut all of
    > one dimension and then set it to cut the other dimension.
    >
    > Ones of good enough quality are around $50.
    >
    > --
    > Charlie Dilks
    > Newark, DE USA[/ref]


    Charles Guest

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