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    the saw i bought s/h came with some cheap blades that were too deep to cut sharp turns, while i am waiting for my new blades to turn up, i took about 3mm of the back of these blades on the bench grinder, not ideal i know, but i'm inpatient and it worked better than i expected, and allowed me to get practicing.

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    good for you on the McGiver technique.
    Pacifism is great, as long as everyone is participating.



    StephenD


    The Southern Arizona Woodturners Association
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