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Hi Voyageur,

 

The top blade is for cutting softwood,hardwood and plastics. It's ok and cuts fast and well,downside it tends to leave toothmarks. The second is for cutting nonferrous metals,softwood,hardwood,chipboard,plastics and glassfibre items etc. Can't comment as I don't have this one. The last one cuts the same items as the previous. I use this for cutting Pearwood and European Boxwood,leaves a nice smooth finish.  Hope this answers your question.

 

Dave :dancetl6:

 

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3 hours ago, davyboy said:

Hi Voyageur,

 

The top blade is for cutting softwood,hardwood and plastics. It's ok and cuts fast and well,downside it tends to leave toothmarks. The second is for cutting nonferrous metals,softwood,hardwood,chipboard,plastics and glassfibre items etc. Can't comment as I don't have this one. The last one cuts the same items as the previous. I use this for cutting Pearwood and European Boxwood,leaves a nice smooth finish.  Hope this answers your question.

 

Dave :dancetl6:

 

Yessir, thank you!

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I have a Proxxon FKS/E saw (with 10mm arbor) with several carbide tipped blades like the third one pictured. The problem with these blades is if you are cutting 1.5mm planks, over half of your material is going to end up in your vacuum cleaner. 

What blade does everyone recommend for cutting planks? 

RussR

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5 hours ago, RussR said:

I have a Proxxon FKS/E saw (with 10mm arbor) with several carbide tipped blades like the third one pictured. The problem with these blades is if you are cutting 1.5mm planks, over half of your material is going to end up in your vacuum cleaner. 

What blade does everyone recommend for cutting planks? 

RussR

Hi RussR,the Proxxon 50mm blade #28020 has 100 teeth and is 0,5mm thick. It will do the job perfectly,I use one for plank cutting everytime.

 

Dave :dancetl6:

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5 hours ago, MEDDO said:

As to your Proxxon arbor size Mr Byrnes also has on the website the option for machining a blade adaptor 0.625" to 1"

That would be great but: my Proxxon has a 10mm arbor.

The Byrens adaptor is 0.625" to 1" (15.875mm to 25.4mm).

Thanks for the suggestion.

RussR 

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