Sawing acrylic


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Sawing acrylic

I have just shown you how to cut acrylic by scoring and breaking the acrylic. Now I'd like to show you my preferred method for cutting acrylic. One thing about it is it necessitates a table saw, which is a one of the brass rings of the power tool world. They're pretty expensive, a good quality one you're looking at least $500 to get into it. It's a pretty powerful motor. This particular one is a belt driven model rather than direct drive, which means the motor turns a belt and the belt turns the blade. You can see here we have got a 10 inch blade on this particular saw.

It's a fairly thin Kerf carbide tipped blade. When we talk about blade Kerf, what you're talking about is the width of the cut it will take out of whatever material you're using. You usually use a wider Kerf for more coarse applications. This blade I got because I cut a lot of acrylic and framing parts with it, so I want something a little bit thinner. You can adjust the blade cut height quite simply with ...

Sawing acrylic
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Sawing acrylic provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Konrad Eek as part of the Matting, Framing, and Hanging Your Photographs

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