Xuron Corp. is coming to the East Coast All Scale Train Show in York, Pennsylvania!
In early April I had the pleasure of attending (as a non-selling vendor) the Southern Maine Scale Modeler’s Annual Model Contest, Downeastcon. This event attracted scale model builders from Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts and beyond.
“The cutting edges don’t line up, is this tool defective” ? This is the single most frequently asked question (with regard to our Cutters). The answer is, No, this tool is just as it should be and the benefit is in the results.
When you see that the cutting edges don’t align perfectly, what you are noticing is Xuron Corp.’s Micro-Shear® blade bypass cutting method. Rather than two sharp edges meeting perfectly, our cutting edges are designed so that one slightly bypasses the other for a shearing type of cut. This graphic that is printed on our packaging sleeve illustrates how it works:
The new venue (Cleveland’s I-X Center) gets a big thumbs up. There was plenty of space for exhibitors as well as the local IPMS club’s model contest, multiple demonstration areas, the make and take area, and ample seating near the food concessions.