The right tool

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Old 09-19-09, 09:43 AM
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The right tool

I always in doubt what is the right tool to get a clear cut of differnnt materials
1. plywood
2. Soft wood (pine)
3. Hard wood (Oak)
The tool I use is a disk saw on a heavy bench machin

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Old 09-19-09, 10:32 AM
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Carbide tipped blade. If you only do occasional cutting and not production work just get a fine tooth plywood carbide blade. It should be OK for everything in your list.
 
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Fine teeth

If your not doing anything extreme use a finer toothed blade. It will not rip as well as the general purpose blades but it will get the job done and with a smoother cut. Also you wont have to keep changing it out when starting with softer woods.
 
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