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#1 posted 11-29-2012 12:24 AM

Yes, a saw shop can braze a new tooth on.
The question of safety is a good one. If I knew a tooth was missing on a blade I wouldn’t use it, but there have been occasions when I’ve used a blade with missing teeth without knowing, and nothing happened. Done this with a cutting blade and on the mitre saw. Only noticed the teeth were missing when changing blades.


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