Originally Posted by joecaption
A slitting saw is how they would do it on a commercial level.
What is it your going to be doing with it?
I am using it as a sleeve tensioner between some shafting and a v-belt idler pulley whose bore is a smidgen too large for the shaft.
I've managed to cut a section with a tube cutter and then axially with a small hack saw but it did bend, the cut is not straight and clean, and I'm going to have to try to clean it up with a file. It works as intended, sort of, though the dent creates some clearance issues--have to really force the idler pulley onto it.