ATB instead of TCG tooth geometry is said to be better for melamine, which needs
to be scored, so to speak, along the edges of the cut.
I used to see a few 6" saws on construction sites in California...
As I remember, they were smaller, lighter and higher RPM than a standard
Not much depth of cut, obviously..
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The whole point of an ATB is its strength. The zero-ish hook-angle
adds to that. If I need to cut aluminium or solid surface, that would
be the blade I'd chose.
I have seen 6" blades like that on automated equipment. Different
It's always possible that it's a metalworking slitting or slotting
saw, made for use on a milling machine. If it is, the arbor hole is
likely to be 7/8", 1" or 1-1/4", with a notch for a key. The 6"
diameter would be a common size.
The milling cutters would usually be either square ooth or alternate
face bevel though, not typically alternate top bevel.
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