- 9 Feb 2017
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That is indeed a solution to the problem that I have resorted to but why should I have to do 2-3x the work when i have forked out a ton on a specialist tool? My point is that manufacturers are relying on gimmicks to sell their products in the form of thin kerf blades.. thinner blades= Quicker cuts = bad cuts = slower progress & expensive mistakes.If it is a heat/friction issue, is it worth trying making the cut in two passes - if the track hasn't moved the cut lines should line up perfectly.
If it works, it may not be ideal but at least it's a solution that would work with the blades you have available.