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Topic # 242160 13-Oct-2018 21:52
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For a research project, I need to attach tempered glass screen protectors to touchscreens (e.g., Jaycar 7") -- question is, I probably can't get such screen protectors without cutouts, so can I cut larger ones to size?  I'm vaguely aware of limitations on cutting tempered glass (e.g., on showers), but can I simply use scissors on thin sheets without causing problems?  Thanks

 

 





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  Reply # 2107480 13-Oct-2018 22:45
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Not at all - it'll shatter. The problem is there is quite a few layers.





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  Reply # 2107570 14-Oct-2018 09:59
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Could try scoring with a glass cutter and snapping, but still probability of breaking due to the internal tension from the tempering process. That said, you might be able to keep gently scoring all the way through?








 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2107575 14-Oct-2018 10:16
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Do you have to use glass screen protectors?

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