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- 29 Jul 2018
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I never said that it didn't involve friction, I just said that it was never a problem. It's always the blade that dulls before anything else happens and you change it out. There is no blade guide system on the planet that's going to guide a dull blade through timber without issue. It's an over-engineered, pointless solution that's trying to find a problem that just isn't there unless you look at the extreme theoretical numbers rather than actual practical use.MikeJhn":wfffdgto said:And you have not shown me anything to prove that having a rubbing block on a blade does not involve friction, any friction will produce heat and that is inefficient, a scientific fact, a bearing on the back of the blade will produce far less stress than a disc oriented the wrong way and turning in opposite directions on the blade over its contact area instead of following the path of the blade.
You're the one trying to say it's better than everything else, but you can't actually give me any proper evidence to say that it is, other than theoretical nonsense.