Morse makes a similar product called the Metal Devil saw blades. There are
a ton of videos of them cutting all kinds of metal (plate, unistrut, angle,
etc) on their website.
On Jan 9, 2008 8:00 PM, john niolon <email@example.com> wrote:
> I don't know if this qualifies as a "tip or trick" or more of a tool
> Back a few months ago a member of the Ford site I frequent told me about
> dry cut metal saw blade that could replace an abrasive blade in a chop
> They can handle the chop saw speed. They are made by Bullet Industries.
> 14" model (chop saw size) is about 50 bucks. I ordered and finally got to
> install tonight.
> clamped in a piece of 2x2x<" angle iron and dropped the blade down.. It
> almost fell thru the metal !!! If you've used a chop saw you know about
> pressure on the blade and the mess it makes. Only the lightest pressure
> needed...just let the blade do the work. It's like a hot knife thru soft
> butter.. The output was very fine chips of metal that pretty much stay
> close to where you're cutting and not floating around in the air and up
> nose like the abrasive dust.
> I can't say anything about longevity yet, but for speed of cut and ease of
> cut this is the best I've found... check them out below. If you do a lot
> fabricating and cutting... this really seems like the way to go....
> All I ask is a chance to prove that money can't make me happy.
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