Hello Forum People,

I very recently moved jobs from a moderate sized fine art museum to a regional conservation center. The museum I worked at had a decent shop set up and we were able to cut cardboard tubes on our shop equipment very nicely. Here in the conservation center I am limited to hand tools, a circular saw, dremel saw max and a good stock of utility knives.

I am wondering if anyone has any good methods for making good, clean and tidy cuts on big archival tube stock which we use to house all sorts of works on paper here at the Conservation Center.

Your input is greatly appreciated.

-Annajean Hamel