|Review by Built2Last||posted 11-22-2008 05:21 AM||2438 views||1 time favorited||7 comments|
First, sorry but I couldn’t get a picture of the final cut to load so I loaded a picture of one of my glider’s.
Check out this by MCLS!! http://www.mlcswoodworking.com/shopsite_sc/store/ec081111.html
While I have not acutally used theirs, I did take atwo 100 grit sanding discs that were 12 inch and cut them down to 9 inch and put them on an old bosch blade that I knew left a lot of saw marks and I was amazed at how smooth the rips came out. I usually use a Forrest woodworker II and this was just as good. As far as the center hole I just used my pocket knife and cut it out the size of the arbor hole and it worked fine. Now the final cut disc are about $6.00 for each side of the blade but I have found several on ebay for about a $1.50 each. This is a great way to get a Forrest finish and a fraction of the cost. I even ran some green pear thru and while it did clog a little and load it paper pretty bad, it still worked and I touched a declogging bar to the sandpaper and it cleaned right up. According to Final cut their paper last for about 200 cuts I think.
This is worth checking out. They probable don’t like the fact that I am spreading this around but hey, with the cost of tools, lumber, etc., a person has to save when they can.
Hope someone gets some use from this!!!!!!!!!