In Reply to: Help with cutting aluminum posted by Tightwad on February 10, 2003 at 09:02:48:
you may not believe this. I use a circular, table or radial saw with a normal 40-60 tooth carbide blade. cuts like butter. I have cut 2" stock - slowly.
I do the same. I bought a special Craftsman 60 tooth carbide blade made especially for laminates and aluminum. Works better with some sort of lubrication. I usually spray on lots of WD-40 while cutting.
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