I walked into my designated printer room at work today to find the paper cutter broken. What a tragedy, right? I have absolutely no idea why we need a paper cutter, let alone several paper cutters, at our software shop FWIW. Regardless, I took it upon myself to remedy the problem. Sleep tight, thy co-workers…rest assured that you can again transform 8.5″ x 11″ paper sheets into 8.25″ x 11″ paper sheets, thanks to my pro bono paper cutter fixing skills. Observe.
What You’ll Need:
*Broken Paper Cutter
1) Locate Point of Failure
You can see that this particular cutter has malfunctioned due to a broken cutting arm.
2) Procure a section of tape
(If you are unsure with what to do with the tape at this point, don’t worry…this will come into play in step 3)
3) Place tape section on the displaced cutting arm
4) Place displaced cutting arm on cutting arm articulating housing; secure tape
That’s that. Leave it in the printer room for the next idiot who actually uses a paper cutter…I bet bewilderment will ensue