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Old 08-30-2008, 10:03 AM   #1
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Cutting Never Rot


When I cut never rot it melts together after the cut on my power saw. I have several miter cuts that I need to make and I am open for suggestions. Do I need a special blade with more teeth, less teeth, or should I stand on one foot while wearing a purple shoe or something?
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How new and sharp is your blade?

Check with manufacturer for blade type recommended for their product.

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Generally, I'd say minimum 60 tooth wood blade, unless, as already stated, the manufacture says something elses specifically.
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