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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:40 pm 
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are they any good :lol: :lol:
http://www.axminster.co.uk/axcaliber-co ... sel=951515
dont fancy paying lots more for a dewalt blade that will spend 95% off its time cutting 6mm ply or 12mm mdf :dunno:

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they say they sell a lot of them at the north shields store. as long as they the same kerf as the original blade then thye should be sound.


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kerf slightly different 1.5 as opposed to 1.7 off the dewalt blades but as i have removed the riving knife that works well as i have put on new rubbers so will cut with the 1.5mm then will be perfect iff i get a dewalt as it will just trim the extra :thumbright:

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I have a Trend blade that is very good.


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