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Thread: Cutting a saw blade for a scraper

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    Cutting a saw blade for a scraper

    How do you go about cutting a saw blade for a scraper? I think I've heard of scoring the blade and snapping it, but what does one score the blade with? Are there any tips/tricks to keep the blade flat?

  2. I use a cut-off wheel in a Dremel tool. Be sure to use the reinforced kind, because the others tend to shatter. I use the wheel to cut all the way through, but you must go slowly so you don't draw out the temper.
    Rob Millard

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    Thanks Rob! I'll give that a try.


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    Wiktor, Thanks! That is what I was looking for. Gotta work on keeping the dremel wheel steady though.

  5. Ed,

    I am happy you found info that will help.

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    Wiktor

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    Ed, Ihave made a few all I use is a hammer and cold chisel cuts easley.Thanclean up with a bench grinder.
    Mel

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