That's my fine cutting blade! :lol:AES":1c9irvhj said:I guess it really ought to be a 24 TPI blade - it's the middle of the road between today's other 2 "standards"
50P a blade would be a bargain.ED65":1c9irvhj said:
3mm is probably the thinnest I would cut with a hack saw, anything less I'd probably get a grinder on it with a cutting disc.AES":clk41hy3 said:24 TPI as a "fine" blade Trevanian? Hope you don't have to cut much THIN metal, especially no sheet!
Don't think anyones cut a 4" pipe with a hacksaw anytime in the last 20 years Bobsunnybob":1zkieh5k said:8" blade? Not much use cutting 4" mild steel gas pipe. :roll: (hammer)
I'm not 100% certain it's 8"! I'll have to go and check it later and see what the adjustment range is.AES":2njh4qw7 said:@Trevanion: Never seen 8 inch "full size" hacksaw blades. You live n learn.
:lol: :lol: :lol: You're such a card!Bm101":1ifjpfyu said:Do you live anywhere near a prison Ed? And a bakery?
I keep two for different jobs (mainly for sawing at certain height/angles).Trevanion":1ifjpfyu said:Out of interest as an extension to the original question, has anyone here got a particular saw frame they swear by?
I'd say given what they go for individually here :shock: No spare €500 unfortunately. Plus it would take me several lifetimes to go through them all!Trevanion":1ifjpfyu said:50P a blade would be a bargain.