“Would You Like To Buy The Best Media Cutter For Less?”
My name is Rich, and I have something to share with you.
I was in the picture framing business for twenty-two years. For many years, I struggled with getting and keeping knowledgeable, productive, framing workers. I had one particular problem that apparently, I could not solve.
I remember vividly the pain and disappointment of training a new framer how to cut glass. I could teach him everything else necessary to properly frame pictures, artwork, paintings, and collectible photographs. It was difficult dealing with all this media. It didn’t matter what was being framed. However, if it needed glass or acrylic protection, we had problems.
How much glass did we throw away?
How much non-glare glass was ruined?
How much plexiglass was rendered worthless?
How many mount board media was cut incorrectly?
Who knows…All I know is that glass cutting was a time-consuming and wasteful part of my business.
Perhaps you have a framing shop, a hardware store, a sign company, a window repair company, or possibly a mirror shop. Perhaps you cut glass on a large table with a straight edge and a hand-held glass cutter. If you do, you know what I am complaining about.
Many years ago there was only one really well known media cutter on the market. It was called the Fletcher Glass Cutter. It had its faults, but we did purchase one machine for each shop location. It didn’t help too much, but there weren’t many options at that time.
The workers would complain that it wouldn’t cut glass straight. It took too long to change the cutters from glass to plexiglass, to foam board. The measuring tapes were not easy to see. Worst of all, it took tremendous thumb pressure to apply force to the glass cutters. When cutting plexiglass, you must apply so much thumb pressure, it really hurts.
If you had to make more than three cuts, you had to wait between the cuts for your thumb to come back to life.
I wanted to eradicate this problem once and for all. I decided to search for a new “media cutter” for my shops. (They weren’t called media cutters, back when I originally bought my machine…they were called glass cutters.)
I didn’t care what it was going to cost.
I searched and searched. I checked with my friends in the business. I went to the forums and posted questions. I bought books and pdf files about media cutting and the machines used to cut sheet glass. I talked with different manufacturers…no good. Everybody said I was just going to have to live with it.
He Did IT!
I visited the framing show in Atlanta, GA in 2007 and I came across a booth that was buzzing with activity. Everybody was crowded around this black and silver machine.
At the show, I finally got an opportunity to try the media cutter in action. I had to wait in line!
Even though it was a new machine, it felt like it was broken in. It was smooth, solid and accurate. The feeling was similar to the feeling you get when you are driving your dream car very fast through the mountains, shifting gears and listening to great music.
It was wonderful.
I met Bill. He created what I would call, the perfect media cutter. He named it the Onyx 90. He describes it as the Onyx 90 Wall-mounted media cutter.
Bill was tired of accepting the less than perfect, expensive, slow, and difficult to use media cutter that almost everybody buys. Everybody has to pay over $3000 for a piece of equipment that ‘just about’ does the job, but not quite.
Bill wanted to take the good attributes of various machines on the market, correct the flaws. He saw and experienced these flaws, but was in the position to do something about them. He thoroughly rethought the whole process and added many grand and some subtle improvements. Being a creator and somewhat of an iconoclast, he designed the Onyx 90.
He never had and therefore, doesn’t have to pay for layers and layers of vice-presidents, endless meetings, group think and “got nothing done today” attitude of large companies. At his company, humans answer the phone…no voice mail. His company is the type of company in which “new ideas” are born.
I was nervous.
Here I was ready to pay almost any price to solve my problem, and in front of me was a machine that was almost half the price of the “standard”. How could it be any good, if it was that inexpensive?
I generally think that if a product costs more, it is probably better than the competition. Bill explained how the product was manufactured with many computer designed and computer-aided manufactured parts. He showed me some of the critical parts that were designed to never wear out, but they had to be manufactured with extremely tight tolerances…a human being couldn’t make the perfect parts that the computer-aided machines can.
I am not a machinist, and I am not qualified to explain the attributes in machinist’s terms. I can tell you that using this machine is similar to the feeling you get when you drive a fine car.
I have discovered the solution, and I offer it to you. I know, just like I did, you will be fighting the impulse to say, “It can’t be that good. If it were that good, it would have to cost more!” If you like to buy the best for a little less, then buy the Onyx 90 Media Cutter.
The Onyx 90 Media Cutter
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P.S. If you procrastinate, your challenges won’t go away. Take advantage of this opportunity, now!