The title pretty much says it all. If I have soldered a bunch of the components (resistor, caps, jumpers) onto a vero board build. I want to know if cutting a few rows off of the board harm the integrity of the solder joints? The spare space was left for a reverb brick that covers up about a 15x15 area of holes. I didnt think ahead about how the brick only needs maybe a few extra rows to stay upright. When I cut I use a box cutter, go over the board a few times and stick it in a vice and snap it along the line I cut. Seems like it could twist and bend the board and potentially be rough on the joints. Just wondering if anyone has experience with this. Thanks.