How To Cut Wine Corks In Half Easily Quickly And Safely

July 11, 2018 - Comment

We show you how to rapidly and safely cut wine corks in half for your DIY projects. By cutting the corks in half you can double the amount of usable corks and they are easier to glue on surfaces. Purchase Scroll Saw: http://amzn.to/1CeDDXw Purchase Quick Clamp: http://amzn.to/1vD2W92 Support Us! Shop Amazon: http://amazon.shabbydiy.com Visit: http://www.shabbydiy.com Google+:

We show you how to rapidly and safely cut wine corks in half for your DIY projects. By cutting the corks in half you can double the amount of usable corks and they are easier to glue on surfaces.

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MagicKiwi1 says:

Bought scroll saw – set it up, got the copper pipe with 3/4″ inside diameter.  Grabbed the bags full of corks and they don’t fit in the tube!  Aaaaaargh.  The diameter needs to be wider than 3/4″ inside the tubing.  Back to the hardware store tomorrow – taking along the corks to make certain they fit!  Anyone else have this problem?  In know some corks are a little wider than others but even the skinniest I have will not go into the tube.

DADDIY says:

+MagicKiwi1 Corks can be different sizes. You may have to use two different sized pipes for the corks.

Andrew Daniel says:

a 1 inch tube is too wide and 3/4’s is too small any ideas?

Christopher King says:

I find it odd that all of my corks won’t fit… something isn’t right about this video. I buy all kinds of wine. Seems fishy. Most wine makers use #8 or #9 corks, those won’t fit. The only cork that will fit is a #7; rarely used.

Ann-Marie Larson says:

Thanks so much for this! I’ve been hand cutting corks for my crafts for years and have the scars on my fingertips to prove it… took me about 5 seconds to know a new piece of machinery would be worth an investment. Anyone try the Dremel Moto-Saw?

DADDIY says:

+Ann-Marie Larson I’ve glad it was able to help you!

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Lass-in Angeles says:

Brilliant! Solved my problem. Many thanks for this very useful DIY video!!!

DADDIY says:

+Lass-in Angeles Awesome 🙂

AOR Forever says:

What size scroll saw blade do you use?

MsG Entertainer says:

Great if you have these tools. 🙂

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