Any advise on how to precision cut a deck inlay? I was able to do a perfect bottom tail inlay, but it took me x2.
I see these super shapers on YouTube just-frikkin-slicing with the scissors, I don't have that confidence. Is there a fail-proof tricks on cutting these inlays without biffing it and wasting glass? I'm just doing a simple daimond.
Please and thank you.