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  • Carl E Jacobs
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    The only other in your discription is speed and heat ,you must have a some thing other than what I call m.o.p.,may be man made ??? any way if the same blade cuts it by hand ,all I can see is speed and heat !

    My Best ! Carl

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  • Carl E Jacobs
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    mop ,mother of pearl is the beautiful ,any colorful inner lining of large sea shell, Cronch ,comes to mind .Mother natures ceramics ,My mother had several
    pins ,georgous stuff ! I leave it to the experts ,jewelers ,diamond saw blades ,just a guess there!

    MyBest!
    Carl

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  • NHokpic
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    I have a fair understanding of wood and how tools accomplish their task... but what is Mother of Pearl (MOP)?

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  • pedro23
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    Cutting Mother of Pearl

    Does anyone know why the scroll saw will only cut MOP extremely slowly, whereas the same blade using a hand saw cuts quickly and easily.(cutting two 2mm blanks together in a sandwich to produce small bookmatched detail for mandolin peg head)

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