No-rez cutting tool

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kickngas

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Re: No-rez cutting tool
« Reply #20 on: 21 Nov 2022, 02:54 pm »
For those using a table saw, what blade do you recommend?  I was thinking a 180+ tooth plywood blade?

oskar

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Re: No-rez cutting tool
« Reply #21 on: 21 Nov 2022, 03:05 pm »
180 tooth blade? I didn't know there such a blade.
My best cross cut blade is 90t. Freud.
You don't need to consider the tooth count. A sharp 40 tooth will do fine.

JWCoffman

Re: No-rez cutting tool
« Reply #22 on: 22 Nov 2022, 04:58 pm »
Don't invest a lot of money in a blade for this purpose.  A basic 90t will cut pretty clean and I have a feeling that this material will dull the blade quicker than most.

Danny Richie

Re: No-rez cutting tool
« Reply #23 on: 22 Nov 2022, 09:46 pm »
There is not much to cutting this stuff on a table saw. Any blade you use will slice through it like butter.

Zurek

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Re: No-rez cutting tool
« Reply #24 on: 24 Nov 2022, 02:09 am »
Be careful using the table saw. It won’t only slice through no-rez like butter. :wink:



Peter J

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Re: No-rez cutting tool
« Reply #25 on: 25 Nov 2022, 08:38 pm »
Yikes! I got my hand in saw once a long time ago and gained a big respect for machines.

Been queried many times about NoRez cutting. It's really frustrating for some. I've been meaning to experiment with this and finally got some longer saber saw blades to give it whirl. Was kinda awkward flopping off edge of my table, but backing with foam gave a stable platform and a place for blade to plunge freely. May work for some and saber saw blades are less expensive than bandsaw blades.