Want to buy one for cutting melamine-faced chipboard neatly without chipping
off the melamine.
I imagine this means having to also buy a chipboard-cutting blade to
replace the supplied one. Noticed on Ebay several different dia
blades,bores, with reduction rings.
My question: can a machine with a specified-sized blade - eg 185mm dia -
normally accommodate smaller blades - eg. 165mm ??
Yes, that will only knock 10mm off the cutting depth. Obviously a very
large difference will mean virtually no useful cutting depth and the
riving knife might not be able to be adjusted correctly.
The best way to cut MFC is to cut oversize by 2-3mm and use a router
guided by a straight edge to get a near perfect finish.
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