Artefactos Tiles El Lujo Necesario Hammering Saw Blades
nov 13, 2012 another option is to hammer the saw blade so that when the blade is not spinning, the blade is dished slightly. with a dished blade, as the blade beings to spin, the outside can get a bit longer and this increase in diameter actually causes the blade to come flat while spinning.the blade will then vibrate about, be noisy, and cut rough, and you will see a washboard effect on the log as the blade dips and rises. this is visible by saw marks, then none for several inches, then another marks. your blade will more frequently jam in the cut, smoke up, and be left with purple or blue burn spots on the surface.