How accurate must you be with pep

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joshua61991

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I was just wondering if overcutting on a part of the helmet per say will effect the overall product. Like if it is a horizontal line and then a right angle is made with a vertical line I would cut into the vertical line about 1/3 inch. I'm not good with scissors, I'm left handed and broke.
 

Macattack64

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joshua61991 said:
I was just wondering if overcutting on a part of the helmet per say will effect the overall product. Like if it is a horizontal line and then a right angle is made with a vertical line I would cut into the vertical line about 1/3 inch. I'm not good with scissors, I'm left handed and broke.
Just tape it together on the inside just to be safe... :)
 
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joshua61991

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Ok thanks guys. I am probably going to use a box cutter on the cardstock I will be getting hopefully this weekend. I am usually pretty accurate with box cutters. Can anyone give me a suggestion as to what I should cut on? I have decently nice wood in my room and I don't want to have gouges in it. Would a couple layers of thick cardboard keep the box cutter from cutting my wood up?
 
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