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Posted in response to Re: Re: Re: Re: higland park E10 restartup procedure? from Ward on July 03, 2010 at 18:39:44:

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Ward,

Sorry, I don't remember where I got the blades, but I have the same concern, that they are too wide. Apparently, all 7"+ stone cutting blades are made for commercial use, where width is not as important as durability. I found a 7" blade advertised for cutting glass (like glass block), that is slightly thinner than the average blades, at a hardware store like Lowe's. The largest I've been able to find in the super thin category is 6", but as you mention most machines are designed for 7". But I've been reluctant to even try one of those because that might be TOO thin, it seems the velocity at the edge of a blade like that would make it shatter it with just the tiniest stress.

Tim

From Tim Casey - July 07, 2010 at 17:57:25

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