Question about Saws
You need much smaller teeth and pitch for softer materials. Hardware stores have a list of types of blades for Stone, wood, plaster, laminates, etc. Your service manual for the saw should have this info also, as it depends on the diameter of the saw as well. If all else fails, new blades are printed with their optimum use, check each one in a self serve store.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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