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Axminster Axcaliber Thin Kerf blades

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tomatwark

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I order some 315mm Axcaliber blades when I bought my panel saw earlier this year.

I did not even both to put them on, the tips were so small that you would never be able to sharpen them and the plates where roughly ground.

Fortunately Axminster still had a CMT blade in stock.

Why Axminster stopped selling CMT and tried to go over their own product is a mystery as CMT blades are great.

But you pay for what you get.

Tom
 

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Thanks very much, I'll give them a miss - saved me some grief :)
 

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They're not thin kerf, but if you want to use an industrial blade, at reasonable cost and not pay postage...try the one's from Wealden. I've got one on my new saw and they're pretty good - Rob
 

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woodbloke":2ew1cqsg said:
They're not thin kerf, but if you want to use an industrial blade, at reasonable cost and not pay postage...try the one's from Wealden. I've got one on my new saw and they're pretty good - Rob
Thanks! I buy all my router cutters from Wealden but completely forgot they do blades as well now #-o
 

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