I have an older saw that cuts very well. It is a Dremel with a small blade with the blade being a little more than the width of a dime. It is very hard to find a cheap saw that cuts nearly as well as this, so I recommend only buying a cheap saw to save money…if you can.
I started with the best saw on the block — and that became one of the largest saws of its kind.
What tool do you recommend for cutting carp and lawn clippings?
I bought this saw from Lowes because the box is in good condition and it arrived with a good tip. It is a 2×4 with a 3/4″ or 7/8″ blade. I used to use a Dremel at work, but it never worked that way anymore.
What type of wood do you recommend?
I only buy wood and it is all pine.
What are some of your worst experiences with a saw blade that came straight out of the box?
I once saw a tree that was going to fall (with a 10″ blade and a 30-pound bag of lumber) and couldn’t believe it. I went in and put a good bit of wood into a cutting mat and went for it. I saw the blade hit the tree and then started to get really scared because I thought the blade was going to drop the whole side of the tree. I went back to the saw and cut a section of the tree off at the end with a 10″ blade. The saw still got cut off. When you put together a 1/4″ blade and a bag of 5/16″ lumber it doesn’t make sense! But it happened!
Can you walk me through your sawing techniques?
Let’s set up the bench grinder first, please. It looks like a good time to put in a sawing kit. I just use a bench grinder, a power punch and a few pieces of 1/4″ plywood. I have a bench grinder so I can hit all of the ends at once. It cuts perfectly straight and there are very little sharp edges here. This is the first machine I have designed that I use from the start, because it did really well on that project.
I use a sawing knife for every step in the sawing process. I try to keep it straight (like this pic) in the beginning because my hands are small so every little
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