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πŸ”„ Enhance Project Efficiency with the Radius Rounder Oregon Lamination Premium Review




Revainrating 2 out of 5Β Β 
πŸ”¨ Punches Tools, πŸ”ͺ Cutting Tools

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MaterialPlastic, Metal
BrandOregon Lamination Premium
Item Dimensions LxWxH9.63 x 3.27 x 3.17 inches
Item Weight0.86 Pounds

Description of πŸ”„ Enhance Project Efficiency with the Radius Rounder Oregon Lamination Premium

Has large steel cutting blade to reduce user effort. Has extra wide steel side guides making positioning easy. Capable of punching up to 75 mil PVC cards. Flat bottom design allows user to rest this tool on a surface during use. Look for Authentic Oregon Lamination Premium Punches β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜….


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Revainrating 2 out of 5

Part completely cut off

> Photos need to be added again because Revain rejected the link to the guy showing how to fix it. It worked well for almost two years that I've owned it. During this time he scored about 20 games. He stopped working tonight, jaws opening mid-clip. I spent some time looking around to see why and then I could see that the piece holding the jaw had been cut off. The fact that this part is responsible for squeezing the jaws together and is all plastic means it's only a matter of time before it…

  • Freehand work
  • There are new competitors

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Quickly break into arc punches

We have bought this corner punch 3 times to clamp ASL counters. He hits well but breaks every time. The first two times it was less than 2 weeks from the date of purchase and we returned it. 3. Clipper 5 weeks in operation (after return date). Maybe hit 3000 counters every time before it breaks. It breaks in the same place every time - the plastic part that connects the bottom handle to the device. Oregon Laminations really needs some design improvements. Luckily there is a good repair video on

  • Stylish and modern design
  • Vulgarity

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Poorly finished pine.

I bought two of these and both had the same fault. There is a cavity on the left side of the shearing jaw that small tokens like to slide into and chew on the side. See image. The cavity is a disadvantage as the right side or jaw is perfectly done. I had to return both tools after destroying some wargame chips. I believe this batch was just poorly made - people who cut larger items don't have to worry, people who cut tokens can't use them properly. what the adjustment screws are for, or…

  • Nice packaging
  • Transparency

Revainrating 2 out of 5

Should have known better

I've had a non-luxury 2.5mm round device for years and it works great. As I delved into larger wargames, I figured the deluxe version would work better for cutting a lot of tokens. It is, but after only about 1000 tokens, this damn thing broke. Like everyone else, my plastic lever broke. It's hard to believe that such an expensive, heavy tool would dump most of the workload onto a piece of brittle plastic, but . that's how they designed it. I've read a lot of advice on how to avoid this gap…

  • Free for educational purposes
  • Not trendy

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Cheap production, poor quality control, breaks easily

Poor and inconsistent materials and workmanship. Mine came with burrs all over the cutting edge that needed filing and the guide plate was the same. After doing this, the results were good, but not as consistent as they should have been. Worse still, the inside of the mechanism is made out of cheap plastic. The plastic center hinge broke right in my hand after only 6 months of use. For what this device is worth, it should last a lot longer. Some users of the device report continued success…

  • Very good price
  • Some difficulties

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Do not recommend this OL hair clipper

I bought this 2mm OL hair clipper as a full replacement for a borrowed set that broke in my hands. They had the same defect, which I didn't find unusual in these clippers. That is, the plastic neck snaps into the head of the device. I used these wire cutters to cut cardboard game pieces (common size of GMT games) as advertised. As with other users, the device has processed about 3000 counters since the failure (about a month ago). Since I borrowed them *and* knew other people had issues with…

  • Easy to read control panel
  • Communication with seller

The device actually works well - I've been able to plow through a significant chunk of my collection with no forearms like Popeye and only a small one Calluses on the big toe. BUT, the plastic mechanism that compresses the stamp definitely needs to be remade/remade from a stronger material - it's only a matter of time. You need to clean and lubricate everything regularly to reduce stress on the handle. I used compressed air and blaster silicone, which reduces debris build-up - you want it to…

  • Inspires confidence
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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Counter Clipper's best friend.

I collect and play a lot of different board games, but mostly war games. The game pieces that come with these games are usually printed on sheets of cardboard and then cut out to make it easier to remove the pieces from the sheet. However, these sheets are generally not cut completely around the tokens to be stapled for sorting, shipping, etc., requiring the game purchaser to punch out these tokens before the game can be played. Unfortunately, this perforation process creates small protrusions…

  • Great for a small home
  • Not the best