Re: Newbie question about

Posted by JIm E on Sep 15, 2007

The metal cutting blade has smaller teeth for a smoother cut, has a thin kerf. The narrow slot that it leaves is nice if you are cutting flush hatches. Unfortunately, metal blades that are narrow front-to-back for cutting curves are hard to find. Wood blades for curves are more common, and fine for non-flush hatches.

In Response to: Re: Newbie question about by Tim Clark on Sep 14, 2007


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