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Thread: Which shop tool do you use to cut pizza?

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    Which shop tool do you use to cut pizza?

    How about this one?



    Looking to startle house guests ó or impress Toolmonger friends hanging out in the kitchen instead of the shop? If so, youíre likely the target market for the possibly-vaporware Pizza-Pro 3000. And before you ask: No, itís not motorized. (Though we imagine a little time in the shop could fix this, erm, design flaw.)


    Offered along with dozens of other not-yet-available products on the WorldWideFred website, this appears to be simply a molded plastic circ saw shape attached to the top of a standard wheel-type pizza cutter. Yet it inexplicably draws our attention. Pizza-Pro 3000



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    Too cool! I was already to say I used my DeWalt 14.4v trim saw but this it way over the top! I want one!
    Aloha,

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    geez, Frank,

    you get us all worked up and ready to buy, then we find out it's vapor-ware!

    Dang. I *so* wanted one...

    Thanks,

    Bill

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    I'd want the laser-guided cutter myself:

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    My first thought was 'plasma cutter'! Better not cut it on the kitchen table, tho
    All the best,
    Ian G

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    Cuts up a whole pizza lickity split.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    I'd want the laser-guided cutter myself:

    ZZZZZAAAAAAAAAP!
    Aloha,

    What goes around, comes around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart Leetch View Post
    Cuts up a whole pizza lickity split.
    I was going to say chainsaw... might be better to flush the oil tank and fill it with Olive oil though..

    Ian

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    I thought you guys would like this, but you also have some very capable alternatives. Looks like it can be pre-ordered in time for Father's Day.

    Take a look here: PIZZA PRO 3000 PIZZA SLICER



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    Cute but not cute enough to buy one at that price.
    Aloha,

    What goes around, comes around.

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