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Wannabe WoodWorkers

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#1 posted 10-01-2015 05:59 AM

Good idea, I’ll give that a shot when I go for the second cut. I removed the top from our diamond stone kitchen knife sharpener and took 20 minutes to sharpen up the old 6 tpi blade that came with the saw. Worked pretty good, no smoke at all. Hard to get the blade to stay straight though, it kept wanting to track to the outside. The lower blade guides don’t seem to go up to right under the table… I might try machining a new bracket out of some normal hardwood to facilitate that. All in all I got one cut completed and didn’t completely destroy the wood so I’m going to mark it down as a win ;)

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