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Post Christmas reflection 2 - electric carving knife for foa

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flying haggis

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isnt the best way to cut thick foam to squish it thinner with two pieces of wood spaced slightly apart and cut through the gap
 

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I did try that last year, and cutting with just a sharp knife it was "OK" - but a bit ragged at the edge, even with the wooden strips. But as said in my OP, cutting with the electric carving knife was a MUCH better solution for me (VERY straight edges and no wooden strips required, just a fibre tip pen line). Angled cuts too.
 
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