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    Re: Evolution Rage 2 carbide blade sharpened by WD Quinn Saw Co.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
    Pics of the blade?
    Its on the saw, but I will take a pic tomorrow and post. To my mind, the saw cuts better than new. They had it pack in a box with some sort of blue elastic protector on the tips. I am sure thankful you posted about W.D.Quinn, and who would have thought they would be on the way to my Dr appointment. Thanks
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    Re: Evolution Rage 2 carbide blade sharpened by WD Quinn Saw Co.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
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    Here ya be

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    Re: Evolution Rage 2 carbide blade sharpened by WD Quinn Saw Co.

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    Re: Evolution Rage 2 carbide blade sharpened by WD Quinn Saw Co.

    Blade looks good, geezer! Was that evolution blade 66 or 72 tooth? Looks like a 72.

    I myself just picked two new blades.

    Diablo 90-tooth TCG-tips 14" blade off Amazon for about $90. Works real nice. This will be my go-to blade as I don't use thicker than " steel very often (if I do, I use the plasma cutter).




    The other one I just got is a Tomax 72-tooth 14" blade, also off Amazon, for $61 shipped (it had a $3 coupon ). Figured what the heck, should be ok for a hobbyist. Indeed it is pretty good, runs smooth and true, has a TCG on the teeth just like the diablo. I don't expect for it to last super duper long as the carbide teeth likely aren't commercial grade, but for hobbyist type stuff, it should serve well as a back-up blade to my Diablo 90-tooth (for when I get them re-sharpened), which I plan to order a couple more of.






    I've cut 1/8" thick flat bar (standing up vertically of course) with both and I'm please with how they run. I've been making sure to use wax lubricant whenever I do cuts, so hopefully that habit that I'm forcing unto myself will let these blades last even longer. I just bought some Stick Kut wax lubricant since I'm almost out of the tiny Blair rotabroach stick lube, so here's to hopefully lots of smooth cuts.

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