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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Nov 2005


    I'm just a hobby guy that likes to fabricate.

    I've never run coolant, the saw came with it but I don't need that mess.

    I run the second fastest pulley and control the cut with the down feed.

    I think I'm on my 3rd blade. The first 2 taught me to loosen the belt.

    I bought the saw at least 5 years ago (Enco $450. free shipping) and have cut tons of steel with it.

    This saw is fine for my needs, I don't need anything fancier.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Estevan, Sask


    Here is a small tip for you for cutting wider pieces of flat bar etc. Put a bit of a spacer under the trailing edge of the material so the blade never cuts across the whole surface at the same time. The blade will only contact a small portion of the material thus keeping the teeth from loading up and breaking off.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Nov 2005


    Thanx Shep-

    I never thought of that - good idea.

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Oct 2008


    Quote Originally Posted by Scarsman View Post
    Thanks. I think I will run down to Harbor freight and see what they have.
    i run a HF 64 1/2 blade and it works great i push it in the vertical position as hard as i dare wail I'm sitting on the bed and i haven't broke it yet. (witch amazes me as i thought the blade was a piece of crap) (bi-metal 10 tooth on sale $8 )
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