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Onyx 90 Board Cutter from Diyframing

Onyx 90 Board Cutter from Diyframing - Diyframing have announced the launch of the new Onyx 90 board cutter.

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Onyx 90 Board Cutter Press Release:

Diyframing are pleased to announce the launch of the new Onyx 90 board cutter.

The Onyx 90 is the revolutionary new media cutter from the USA. This amazing new anodised aluminium and stainless steel cutter cuts and sizes mount board, foam board, glass, plastic and more.

Diyframing's CEO Duncan McDonald who sourced the cutter during a recent trip to the West Coast Art and Frame Show in Las Vegas says "We have been looking to supply a really good quality cutter at the right price for a long time and this one definitely fits the bill"

With three interchangeable heads that are the easiest to change in the industry, changing from one board type to another is now so much easier.

The 60in vertical cutter will handle media up to 16mm (5/8in) thick, it has a built in clamp and calibrated production stops in both in and mm. It also comes with many extra blades and cutting wheels. Additional extras include a five legged collapsible stand which will allow use of the cutter without it being attached to a wall.

This no nonsense cutter will be available for a special launch price of just £899 inc

Duncan says "I am convinced this superb tool will be a success as it ticks all the boxes for quality, cost and flexibility"

"The Onyx 90 has been engineered to last a lifetime and comes with a five year warranty, Diyframing will be supporting the cutter in the UK offering spare parts, blades and servicing."


To find out more or order from the first shipment please visit the Diyframing website or call (01494) 670411.



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