Bandsaw blade drifts

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don't rule out the cause ,to be the cardboard, it is very abrasive. use a box knife next time.
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Or a plasma cutter.. that might be cool... ;~)
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How about a water jet?
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Hmmm... wouldn't you end up with soggy cardboard?
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Not if you keep the stream of water tight enough. There just wouldn't be time for the cardboard to get wet.
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