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Replacing circular saw blade

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by imamartian, 6 Dec 2007.

  1. imamartian

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    Hi, i'm a heavy duty DIYer... a few years ago i bought a table saw and a dewalt compound mitre saw....my question is ... when is my saw blade blunt?
    My saws get (for a DIYer) quite heavy use....most weekends, cutting rebates, rough timber, all sorts of board etc...
    when is it right to get a new blade, and what sort should i get.... oh and what should i do with the old one?

    thanks guys
     
  2. Bilioustrumpstaine

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    I get my blades from these guys, they often have a buy one get one free offer running.
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    http://www.itslondon.co.uk/p2_PTA_Power%20Tool%20Accessories_CIRCBLADES_Circular%20Saw%20Blades.htm


    In answer to your question you will notice the difference when you fit the new one. If no difference then keep the existing blade.:cool:
     
  3. Bilioustrumpstaine

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    Meant to say make sure your new blade is TCT
     
  4. aveatry

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    Your blade is blunt when you get more smoke than sawdust !!

    (sorry I couldnt help myself)
     
  5. foxhole

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    What's funnier is your nearly 5 years late. :rolleyes:
     

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