Thu, Jul 5, 2007, 7:53pm (EDT-3) m44 email@example.com (Eigenvector) doth
What is the average width of a 10" saw blade? <snip> I've measured it
before, but at such small distances it can be easy to get the measure
wrong, especially when dealing with a blade that has many cutouts and
Is it common to compensate for the cut, <snip>
Every time I see a post like this I have to wonder, is it a troll?
Because, of course, if you had sat down and thought about this for a
couple of minutes, you could have come up with the answers yourself.
However, just in case. Average width, 10". Apparently you mean
thickness, that can vary. It's not rocket science, make a small cut in
a piece of scrap and measure the cut. No, you do not NEED to compensate
for the width of the cut; however, if you don't, your piece will be too
short by that much. Get a couple of basic woodworing boks out of the
library, and read them.
I do things I don't know how to do, so that I might learn how to do
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