Which saw to use on a book ?

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A friend that made "hideout boxes" out of old books bought an old paper cutter from a printer in the area... looks and works like one you might have in your office, except that the blade lowers parallel to the bed instead of being hinged at one end... you can do a couple of inches with one slice and it's a precision cut... Should be able to buy or rent one fairly reasonably..
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Talk to your print shop guy, they have HUGE gulletine cutters designed to cut hundreds of pages of paper at a time, will give you a very nice, clean smooth cut. If you don't have a printshop inhouse, any local printer should be able to do this for you, probably for less than $1 a book
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