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Posted on Looking for a super thin saw blade

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#1 posted 02-16-2017 06:01 AM


My main purpose is to cut thin stock. I am trying to get pieces at a net of 1/8” thick. The thicker the blade, the more waste there is. Using a circular saw may help.

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I can appreciate that. But you have to calculate the savings versus the cost of the blade. That Infinity blade is $160. It is 1/16” kerf versus the 3/32” of a regular thin-kerf blade. You’re saving 1/32” per pass. Do the math to determine the breakeven point.

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