Hey, I know we are all here to share ideas on woodworking techniques, etc. However, I have a project where I need to cut some mild aluminum stock and cylinders for a "craft" project as directed by my cute boss (wife ).
I need to cut perpendicular to the side of the aluminum stock. Can anyone offer me advice on how to make such a cut in aluminum? What blade should I use on my table saw or miter saw? Would a masonry blade work? Maybe I should use a Dremel side cut blade in my drill press and rotate the cylinder stock against the disc while on the table?
Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Not just for the TS or MS, but for any technique that would work. (To make this more understandable, if you had to cut an aluminum bottle in half, how would you do this?) Thanks in advance Creekers!