Awhile ago, someone posted regarding a tool they use for cutting dowels. If I remember correctly, it was a relatively inexpensive item. Does anyone know about this? I've tried cutting my dowels a couple of different ways, but have a hard time getting them straight across. Thanks!
Also---on the post I am thinking about, they said they got the tool at Lowes, if that helps?
I also was looking for a tool. I went to home depot on Sunday and couldn't find anything. I have been using a table saw but it seems a bit much for such a little piece of wood.
I use pruning shears. They come in different sizes. I hope this helps
i scor my dowels with a sharp pair of scissors then break them the rest of the way. i then file the ends with a nail file if necessary. this has worked really well for me
I think this may be what you were looking for!
KHalstead----Yes, I think that is the tool! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I use PVC pipe cutters. They cut through the dowel like butter. cost around $25 but i'm sure they come cheaper then that.
I use a NEW dog nail clipper. Works great!