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Posted on Brittleness of carbide saw teeth?

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#1 posted 09-19-2012 03:57 AM

20 years, whether in use or knocking around the shop, is a good lifespan for a blade. Blade technology has changed in that time – better design to prevent kickbacks, anti-friction coatings,thin kerf etc.
Please don’t use a rag to hold the blade from spinning while changing blades. Try a bench dog blade loc.

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