I picked up a cheap circle cutter from Harbor Freight. It's called a
"Circle Cutter", original huh?
It cuts from 1.75" to 8.75" circles. Claims to be "great for cutting
circles in cardboard, balsa, wood, linoleum and more." It's item # 39341
from Harbor Freight. Last night I used it to cut 4" centering rings out of
1/8" aircraft plywood and 1/4" luan. It was pretty easy to use.
Unfortunately, you can't use it to cut out the centers for motor tubes under
I don't remember the cost, but I do remember that it was cheap.
NAR 71503 Level II
> I saw a small website that had "cheap" rocket supplies, among which was
> a low/mid power centering ring cutter for about $10. Does anyone know
> the address of the site and has anyone used the device? I don't really
> want to invest in power tools/drill attachments at this point and
> something small, simple and versatile like the cutter seemed perfect for
> light plywood. Did searches on ROL and deja but came up blank. TIA
> Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> Before you buy.