Re: Primary support -update

I've also had good luck cutting with coolant, either air or liquid spraying
on the cut.  It goes without saying that your blades need to be sharp.

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> Subject: Re: Primary support -update
> Date: Friday, July 23, 1999 9:17 AM
> Original Poster: "ROBERT CRESSLER" <59CREROB-at-menasha-dot-com> 
> snip
> You can also go to the supermarket and buy cutting boards. Of course,
> you'll have to cut it into strips, which is kind of a pain with PE,
> it melts and sticks to the saw blade.
> snip
>         jim,all
>       PE will cut  like a dream w/o melting if the blade is coarse. say
> something like a 8 or 10 tooth (total teeth not per inch!) carbide tip
> circular saw blade.
> blades that cut acrylic and related materials will cause you trouble(ie
> melting)
> if used on PE.
> i can supply tool geometry for sawing ,drilling,milling and the like if
> robert