Photo Galleries of some copper cutters we have made:
Greek Letter Cutters
Sets of cutters
60's Party cutters
Photo Galleries of other products we have made:
All items hand-crafted to your specifications, right here in MichiganYou can simply say "1972 Volkswagon Beetle, make it 5 inches wide", or you can send us a side-view photo of yours. Send it by email, fax, or regular mail. (If the design is copyrighted, I need permission in writing from the owner of the copyright). For most shapes, though, it's best if you send us your preferred shape as a .jpg graphics file. Please DO NOT SEND .PDF's or .DOC's. as it take me a bunch of time to convert them to .jpegs.
Small quantities are no problemAs few as one, as many as a dozen. Sorry, but as everything is individually handcrafted, I can't do wholesale pricing or resale quantities.
Normally fast turn-around timesReally depends on the current workload and season. Update - March 5, 2014... back to normal...
We will email you a free quote!It's MUCH faster to work through email. I'm way too busy to spend time on the telephone, and I'd have to ask you to email with the request and zipcode anyway as prices can only be given through email. Same with faxes, they might work, but email is much faster and better. Please!! read this link: How to request info or a quote before you email, though.
Materials usedMost of our products are crafted in copper. For Cakepans, I use sheet aluminum. To make very tiny cutters (down to 1" x 1"), I normally use thinner copper. Everything is lead-free. Any plastic used is HDPE, as used in foodsafe cutting boards.
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|Links to photos of some custom copper cutters we have made|
|Links to photos of some other products we have made|
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|What's New with Frank & Lori|
Paid a younger guy to shovel 3 feet of snow off the
well pit, so I could do some well maintenance...
Good business trip to Illinois, met some more nice
TOO MUCH SNOW!
Had a nice Christmas, but Lori & I have had some
sort of flu for last 10 days, tired of being tired!
Just found out that welding cakepans at 18 degrees
(the barn temperature) works ok.