PMC150-Pneumatic Murrini Chopper

(27 customer reviews)

$650.00

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The latest in glass technology! Take the chore out of chopping murrini. Spend more time designing and less time chopping! Eliminate sore hands, sore shoulders and flying murrini, with the DarteGlass Pneumatic Murrini Chopper!

Standard Foot Pedal Included

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Connect the PMC150 to a compressor and start cutting. Cut pieces created within the unit and poly-carbonate shield are forced through the bottom of the unit.  Add a murrini catcher box and you have a totally contained system.

See component list below.

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Description

PMC150 Pneumatic Murrini Chopper Components

  • 3 cutting wheels (replaceable 22 mm standard nipper wheels)
  • LED dimmable light
  • Polycarbonate shield
  • All stainless steel construction
  • Base plate mounting holes
  • Matte finish
  • Foot pedal
  • Airline quick connect
  • Flexible tubing connecting the foot pedal to operating cylinder
  • Material Feed Ramp Pinch Guard
  • Thumb screws for quick disconnect of shield
  • The base can be screwed to a wood platform that can sit in a container, clamped to a workspace, or slid into our Catcher box.
  • Options:

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 11.25 × 8.75 × 6 in
Brand

PMC150

Manufacturer

DarteGlass

Color

Silver

27 reviews for PMC150-Pneumatic Murrini Chopper

Customer Images

Image #1 from Kathleen Gross
Image #2 from Kathleen Gross
Image #3 from Kathleen Gross
Image #4 from Brock Eddleman
Image #1 from Kathleen Gross

Kathleen Gross

I had been unable to finish cutting my vitrigraph because of wrist issues. Now I finished 2 projects and am trying to decide whether to drop for a vase just cleanup edges and display as is. Left is called Lava Flow and red one reminds me of an Octopus.

Image #2 from Kathleen Gross

Kathleen Gross

I had been unable to finish cutting my vitrigraph because of wrist issues. Now I finished 2 projects and am trying to decide whether to drop for a vase just cleanup edges and display as is. Left is called Lava Flow and red one reminds me of an Octopus.

Image #3 from Kathleen Gross

Kathleen Gross

I had been unable to finish cutting my vitrigraph because of wrist issues. Now I finished 2 projects and am trying to decide whether to drop for a vase just cleanup edges and display as is. Left is called Lava Flow and red one reminds me of an Octopus.

Image #4 from Brock Eddleman

Brock Eddleman

I am loving my murrini chopper from Darteglass. I am a borosilicate artist making my own Milli/Murrini designs. Chops anything round absolutely no problem. Got to be a little more careful with my square designs depending on which colors I have used but once you dial it in and play with the psi pressure you figure out what works best for you. The wear and tear it has saved me on my hands will definitely prolong my glass career. ?

Image #1 from Kathleen Gross
Image #2 from Kathleen Gross
Image #3 from Kathleen Gross
Image #4 from Brock Eddleman
5.0 Rating
1-5 of 27 reviews
  1. Amazing . It could be my favourite glass tool. Super efficient and so convenient

  2. I had been unable to finish cutting my vitrigraph because of wrist issues. Now I finished 2 projects and am trying to decide whether to drop for a vase just cleanup edges and display as is. Left is called Lava Flow and red one reminds me of an Octopus.

    Image #1 from Kathleen Gross
    Image #2 from Kathleen Gross
    Image #3 from Kathleen Gross
    • We are so happy that the PMC150 has solved your chopping issues! I’m sure your wrists are very happy! Thank you for your wonderful review!

  3. What an amazing chopper! So glad I purchased it. Works quickly and quietly and gets the job done! Sue is fabulous to work with, super patient and answers all your questions and checks in to make sure everything work properly. If you need to chop a lot of murrine definitely get yourself one of these!

  4. I don’t have my vitrigraph kiln yet so I was only able to test it with some cane I’ve picked up here and there and haven’t done a huge amount yet. But it is awesome so far! I have hand and wrist issues, and chopping cane by hand is hard on me (and painful). This was super easy to use, once we figured out how to integrate it into our compressed air system. (And Darte Glass was great about answering our questions so we could get it done properly on the first try.) Highly recommended!

  5. Machine has only been used a few times but so far appears to function admirably. Does what it says.

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