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Nick_w Plus
12 4.3k 99 England
18 Oct 2014 8:26PM
Can anyone recommend a mount cutter for A3/A3+ prints. I'm not looking to spend a fortune, just make a good job for a few dozens images a year. I currently use a great framing shop, but it's a pain getting there and invariably I need them mounted at very short notice.

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Metalkoi 6 58 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2014 8:34PM
I use the Logan cutter,you get a cutter ,ruler/Guide,really easy to use at i find it a satisfying as taking the photo in the first place
SlowSong Plus
11 8.3k 30 England
18 Oct 2014 8:40PM
Totally go with the Logan.
Nick_w Plus
12 4.3k 99 England
18 Oct 2014 8:54PM
Thanks Chris / Andy which one would you go for?
SlowSong Plus
11 8.3k 30 England
18 Oct 2014 8:56PM
I've used an advanced mat cutter hand-held Logan for the past 10 years. It's very accurate, easy to use and leaves very clean lines and corners. I expect the range has expanded since I first used one so I expect if you go on line you'll find a good model.
Metalkoi 6 58 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2014 8:57PM
Metalkoi 6 58 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2014 9:00PM
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Nice and compact....
sdb 11 111 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2014 10:51PM
I've used a Logan 301 for years - cuts perfect mounts every time.
Nick_w Plus
12 4.3k 99 England
18 Oct 2014 10:57PM
Thanks everyoneSmile
RoyBoy 15 303 2 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2014 6:25AM
My vote goes to Longridge. Whilst they are not keep, they are fast, accurate and a great tool for the job.
sherlob Plus
13 3.1k 129 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2014 6:44AM
Nick - I also recommend the Logan, but if your cutting borders for A3+ you'd be we'll advised to go for the longer model. I find mine is a bit limited when the borders are more than the recommended size of the trimmer.
HUFC 6 1.0k United Kingdom
19 Oct 2014 11:01AM
It Has To Be Logan, And Get Your New Blades From Newcastle Art Collage, Very Cheap
Nick_w Plus
12 4.3k 99 England
19 Oct 2014 3:37PM
Thanks everyone
LesF 13 182 9
19 Oct 2014 6:41PM

Quote: I currently use a great framing shop, but it's a pain getting there and invariably I need them mounted at very short notice.


Bit more forwarded thinking Nick LOL, you have the other option, pre cut mounts, just a thought
dcash29 14 2.4k England
19 Oct 2014 8:34PM
Hi Nick

I have a Logan 301-s compact

Not sure if the model is still in production but you can cut mounts within minutes

Dave


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