Topic: the word scribe is used instead of score

In glasscutting terms, the word scribe is used instead of score but the concept is the same. When you score say a thick piece of paper (card stock), you are essentially creating an indent where you will be able to fold the paper in a nice, neat, straight line. When working with glass, the concept is the same but the result is two separate pieces of glass with nice, clean edges.

You can smooth the edges but it isn't necessary unless there is a particular reason for doing so. For instance, wholesale cigarettes if you want to make wind chimes out of frosted glass, the pieces will chip when the chimes clink together. You've seen those little seashell-shaped chips in glass, right? You can prevent them simply by sanding the edges of the glass.

Back to scribing lines. It is not necessary to press down hard when scribing a line in a piece of glass. If you are cutting small pieces of thin glass, such as single windowpane (1/16" thick) or double-paned (1/8" thick), once you Newport cigarettes coupons scribe your line, you can simply pick up the piece and snap it like a cracker. If you've ever had a Hershey bar, you can easily understand the concept of breaking it where the pieces are indented. Same thing with glass once it's scribed.

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