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  • SharonW0111
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    I have used FDM blades to cut aluminum ,pvc,wood,acrylic with just a #7 or #9 two way--two way becaause thats all I have besides spiral-- but I know there are blades made espically for cutting heavier metals --I have even cut diamond design aluminum with them and had no problems..you can ask Mike ( 3M) and he will know what you need--just send him a e-mail tho cause he doesn't answer the private messages here . but I think it is a metal blade from just about any company--just go with what brand you like

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  • Back2Jake
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    Metal cutting

    BrianS,

    Ah metal cutting.... cool.

    Olson has a blade specifically for metal and it works rather well in my humble opinion. Remember to use a cardboard backing when cutting metal,- don't want any damage to happen to that dewalt table and it helps reduce the noise.

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  • brians
    started a topic Choosing the right balde

    Choosing the right balde

    Hi
    I was wondering if someone could recommend some blades to cut metal for my Dewalt.

    Thank you
    BrianS

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