To cut /8 inch thick plate glass, to provide a VERY flat surface to which to attach sandpaper for flattening necks and fingerboards. EYE protection, haevy leather gloves, a permanent marker (to draw a line and then TURN the glass over), a damp cloth to wet the cut BEFORE pressing, and a thin rod to put UNER the cut, so it would snap more easily. It WORKED well. Thanks to Dagnabbit for the advice.
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