Although I've had a table saw for a while, I'm not quite up to amateur
status yet, so be gentle if this is a dumb question. :)
I have a DeWalt DW706 miter saw, and the 60 tooth blade that came with
it. That's fine for trim work, but I need another blade, and I'm
looking for suggestions. I would like to get a 12" blade that will be
good for general woodworking, *and* construction, without breaking the
bank. For construction work, I will mostly be cutting 2X4s, and an
occasional 4X4. Is this asking too much from a blade? Any suggestions?
I have the red Diablo blade (from HD, 80-tooth) and it's
fine for woodworking and fine trim work. I kept and use
the OEM DW706 blade for construction work
(2x4's, etc), it only take a few minutes to swap blades.
On Sat, 24 Jan 2004 20:56:42 -0500, Mark Hopkins wrote:
I've had that happen, twice in one week. The manager could not understand
why I was very upset that the minimum wage twinkie on the register did not
do her job and forced me to delay and sort through bags looking for the
errant tag. Of course I never got an apology. Well not right away anyway
pair of pants from a local retailer, and, was wearing them when I
walked into a Pep Boy's auto parts store. I did hear the sensor
chirp when I walked in, but, did not think anything of it, as folks
were leaving at the same time. Well, after getting the oil I needed,
I started to head out the door, and, the blasted alarm went off.
The clerk asked me to hang on for a minute, I assume so the manager
could review tapes or something. The manager showed up a couple
of minutes later, and said I could take off.
As it turned out, there was a tuned circuit glued in the back
pocket of the pants, apparently an antitheft thing. I took it out
and had no further problems.
I suppose the thing that annoys me the most about this is
the same reason I am angered by the airport searches. It simply
says that EVERYONE is a criminal, and should be treated so. Now,
if this is true, then America is further along the path of self-
destruction than I thought. If it is false, then, it is punishing
the majority because of the actions of a minority...which is also
Off the soap box now.
A couple of years ago I bought a pair of pants (or whatever they call them)
at Macy's (Paramus Park). When I got home the antitheft thing was still
attached, complete with warning how the pants would get stained/painted if
I tried to remove the thing. I had to go back to the store and complain.
I got another discount (I believe $10 on an already discounted el cheapo
pair) in part because I was "righteously indignated" because of the trouble
to drive back and forth.
Actually, it's worse than that. A criminal has more rights than you
do in an airport search. Probable cause must be shown before you can
simply ask somebody to strip for a search, not so in the airport.
Happened to a guy in front of me, who had another card, so I never got the
option. It does teach you to keep clear of the little swiper, though.
"Character is much easier kept than recovered." Thomas Paine
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