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    Re: thin kerf splitter solution?

    If it were me I would pitch the thin kerf blades and just use full kerf splitter with full kerf blades.
    fred p If it ain't broke you aint trying hard enough

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    Re: thin kerf splitter solution?

    I have basically no real dust collection in my garage currently, outside of a shopvac, and I already bought the thin kerf Freud, so don't want to waste my blade or produce more dust than I have to.

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    Re: thin kerf splitter solution?

    Quote Originally Posted by photostu View Post
    I have basically no real dust collection in my garage currently, outside of a shopvac, and I already bought the thin kerf Freud, so don't want to waste my blade or produce more dust than I have to.
    Thin kerf blades are not about producing less dust so that's a pipe dream. However, they are less of a strain for your table saw motor when sawing hard or thick lumber.

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    Re: thin kerf splitter solution?

    Quote Originally Posted by photostu View Post
    I did Chris, the wood would bind enough to make pushing it through more of a challenge than I felt it should be safely. Yes, I could ram it through, but that didn't seem the smartest thing for me to try :-)
    Was it aligned with the blade? was the wood binding without it? what sort of wood were you cutting?

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