On Mon, 01 May 2006 03:21:34 +0200, William Kroyer ... Any router that isn t carbide will dull real quick. If you use a carbide one you would probably needMessage 1 of 37 , May 1, 2006View SourceOn Mon, 01 May 2006 03:21:34 +0200, William Kroyer
> I've tried using a 7" cutting wheel on my circular saw. After aboutAny router that isn't carbide will dull real quick.
> 24" they tear free from the
> center mount. I went through 3 of them this morning and made 1.5 cuts.
> The last time I cut up
> a sheet I used a regular router bit. Needless to say the bit was dead
> by the time I was done. I
> also tried a 1/8" mill end I had gotten from somewhere locked in my
> router. It did a really nice
> job for about 12" then snapped. I'm thinking a beefier mill end would
If you use a carbide one you would probably need automated movement to
prevent it breaking, or one that is very large and wasteful.
A shear will not dull noticeably even after many cuts. I can still cut
paper with the hand shear i used for years. Not with the lever shear, but
that never did cut paper.
... Yes it is. the set is a substitute for the waste door on the side of the saw. Even without a vac there is very low pollution because the dust collectsMessage 37 of 37 , Oct 13, 2008View Source
> > Proxxon Bench Circular Saw KS 115 with vacc-cleaner-SetYes it is. the set is a substitute for the waste door on the side of
> > and an Aluminum-Oxide Cut-Off Wheel NO 28 154.
> How did you attach a vacuum to your Proxxon KS 115?
> Is it under the saw,
the saw. Even without a vac there is very low pollution because the
dust collects itself under the cut-off wheel. The only thing is that
these cutt-off wheels are very sensible. You have to be very careful
not to break them. But with a little training and feeling it makes
very easy and propper work.
And sorry I don't have actual access to this machine but I used it a
lot years ago.