Two angled cuts that create a V shape and leaves a thin abount of material so the materal can be folded. Used with foam, carboard, and accusti-x. Can be a 15°, 22.4°, 32.5°, or 45° angle.
Used to have material fold over with no gap.
Also called a Miter Cut. Cut through the material at either a 15°, 22.4°, 32.5°, or 45° angle.
Uses a drill bit to cut through hard materials.
Cut on line. Can cut all the way through but not nessisarily. Usually used on hard surfaces like acrylic.
Create holes in material from a center measurement.
Also Called a Dado Cut.
Bull Nose Cut
Also called a round cut.
Create a shallow line on paper thin materials for folding.