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Posted on Thin Kerf Vs Standard Kerf on a 10" FTG Circular Saw Blade

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#1 posted 08-11-2011 03:42 AM

I’ve found that the thin kerf blades work good for cross cutting or ripping….but I think the flex in the thin blade is not good when cutting 45 mitres in a hard wood. (At least I couldn’t find any other reason that the mitres have at times been off way to much) I’ve never had trouble with this problem with a thicker blade….....


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